Dear CASLL colleagues,
Did you do some writing over the holiday break? If so, please consider
sharing it in the new Inkshed Newsletter. The first issue will come out
soon, and we'd like to get your files by January 20.
In its new online site, the newsletter will use blog software to present
short opinion pieces that invite multiple responses. These will be saved
in a searchable archive, so they will be both timely and recoverable.
I'll serve as blog moderator for now.
The newsletter will also include other more traditional pieces --
reviews, accounts of research, investigations of theoretical or
practical questions -- presented in separate pages, with their own URLs.
If you want feedback and validation for this type of article, the
Inkshed Newsletter committee can form a peer-review group on request.
We hope to continue including short reflective stories and poems as
well: about writing, about teaching, about life.
So please send your material for sharing with colleagues in the Canadian
community of writing instructors (200 in the CASLL list alone). Let your
colleagues and students know too about this chance to present their
ideas and their writing. Inkshed is all about discussion, and the
newsletter is one way to keep that going.
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