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Writing Spaces is an open textbook project for college-level writing studies courses. Each volume in the Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing series contains peer-reviewed collections of essays about writing—all composed by teachers for students—with each book available for download for free under a Creative Commons license.

Volume 1 Release and the CFP for Volume 3

Volume 1 is Published!

Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, Volume 1, is now available for free download. This collection includes sixteen essays written for the first year composition classroom, all released under Creative Commons licenses. Print copies may be purchased through Parlor Press.

CFP: Writing Spaces: Seeks Proposals for the 3rd Volume

Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing is an open textbook series for composition seeking proposals for essays for our 3rd volume.

First Two Volumes of Writing Spaces to Be Published in Winter '10

Writing Spaces received many great proposals for essays (over 100 proposals total) for our first CFP for first-year composition.  Consequently, we will be publishing two volumes, one after the other, in January and March of 2010. Each volume will contain 25-30 essays on topics such as writing as a process, invention, primary research, collaboration, web 2.0 technologies, revision, citation, peer response, new media, rhetorical theory, writing centers, topic development, conducting secondary research, ethnography, metacognitive/reflective writing, and personal narrative writing, to name a few.

Even with putting two volumes into production, we still had many strong proposals that we could not include in the collection. Thanks again to everyone that contributed a proposal. We very much appreciate your time and effort in helping to begin the Writing Spaces open textbook project.

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