restricted access   Volume 12, Issue 1, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

SPECIAL ISSUE: “The Past, Present, and Future of Self-Publishing: Voices, Genres, Publics”

Articles

Special Issue Editors' Introduction: The Past, Present, and Future of Self-Publishing: Voices, Genres, Publics

pp. 1-4
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"Just Sitting in a Cell, You and Me": Sponsoring Writing in a County Jail

pp. 5-22
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In Defense of Print: A Manifesto of Stories

pp. 23-29
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Ownership, Access, and Authority: Publishing and Circulating Histories to (Re)Member Community

pp. 30-47
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Making Fanfic: The (Academic) Tensions of Fan Fiction as Self-Publication

pp. 48-61
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Writing Boston: Graffiti Bombing as Community Publishing

pp. 62-86
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Book & New Media Reviews

From the Book & New Media Review Editor's Desk

pp. 87-88
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Keyword Essay: The Streets

pp. 89-96
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Every Person Is a Philosopher: Lessons in Educational Emancipation from the Radical Teaching Life of Hal Adams

pp. 97-99
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Mass Authorship and the Rise of Self-Publishing

pp. 100-103
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Collaborative Imagination: Earning Activism through Literacy Education

pp. 104-109
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Public Pedagogy in Composition Studies

pp. 110-115
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Writing Suburban Citizenship: Place-Conscious Education and the Conundrum of Suburbia

pp. 116-120
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Learning the Language of Global Citizenship: Strengthening Service-Learning in TESOL

pp. 121-127
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Editors' Farewell & Welcome to Veronica House and Paul Feigenbaum

pp. 128-129
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