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App e n d i x Interview Questions DOI: 10.7330/9781607326625.c018 The following represent the type of general questions I asked in faculty interviews. As noted in the methodology description, I also asked individual questions of each writer. I encourage readers to use these to explore writing at work. How do you feel when you write? Do you have any writing rituals or habits? How do you start a writing project? Is there a difference between composing for a digital publication versus a print publication? Do you ever get writer’s block? What do you do when you can’t write? Do you offer students writing advice that you also follow? What is your dream writing project that you haven’t been able to write yet? How do you revise your work? How do you collaborate with others when writing? Are there productivity strategies that work especially well for you? How do you juggle multiple projects? How have your writing habits changed from graduate school? What does a typical writing day look like? Is there a published piece you wish you could now go back and revise? Do you see yourself as a rhetoric or composition scholar, or both, in your work? Whose writing do you admire in the field? ...


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