Two Year College Association: Southwest
Ensuring Information Literacy in the Classroom – written, sent, accepted
Looking at Both Sides – written, sent, accepted (if they need it)
Memories of West Texas, poetry – written, sent
Teaching English in a Texas Community College – written
Using Fairy Tales to Introduce Literary Analysis – mostly written
Bridging the Gap: Ensuring Information Literacy in Low SES Students – written, sent as a panel
Reading the Sacred in Popular Speculative Fiction: The Christianity of Cyborgs and Werewolves – proposal, outline, introduction written; proposal sent
Fox News.Com paper- researching
Computers and Writing
I just found the call for papers and I am still trying to think what I want to do for that.
I think you can see that my summer has been productive. Too bad it’s over on Sunday, because I am not quite finished with papers and proposals. But C&W and finishing the Fairy Tales shouldn’t be too hard. The MLA paper isn’t due until March.
CCCC didn’t like my proposal. (Quiet tears here.)
I sent an extraordinarily revamped version to Computers and Writing today. I don’t know if it is what they want, because it doesn’t necessarily play into their views, but I liked it and thought it was good.
CCTE still doesn’t have someone to send the State of the Profession papers to, so I am not quite sure what to do with that. Of course it would be the one that I did finish, as opposed to the other possibilities for that conference which aren’t complete.
Also I found the Science Fiction Research Association call for papers and will probably work on that and the MLA over the Christmas break.
And I am sending a proposal to CEA, too.