The Inkshed Newsletter (Summer and Fall 2006) is now available at
A review essay by Christina Halliday of Candace Spigelman's Personally
Speaking leads the issue. Carolyn Greco calls for the reinstatement of a
paper version of the newsletter. Theresa Hyland interrogates the
material conditions of working in a Writing Centre without walls. Susan
Drain's teaching philosophy statement is also reprinted here--we'd like
to see teaching philosophy statements become a regular feature (if you
have one, consider sending it in), and Carl Leggo contributed two poems,
"Naming the Poet" and "A Tangle of Lines."
* The Call for Papers for Inkshed 24 (London, ON--May 3-6) appears
at the end of the issue along with information about the next
* The deadline for proposals is February 15, 2007.
* We're going to offer a one-day registration fee for Saturday, May
5 for those who can't attend the entire conference but could
attend on the Saturday.
* Pete Vandenberg, former editor of Composition Studies and
co-editor of /Relations, Locations, Positions: Composition Theory
for Writing Teachers (NCTE, 2006) and Keywords for Composition
Studies /will be the keynote speaker.
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