scholarhip, writing, research
In a conversation with an editor of the Journal of Second Language Writing, the question was asked, “What is the most popular topic of submitted manuscripts to the Journal?” The response was as decisive as it was quick, “That’s easy. Feedback or response to writing is by far the most commonly submitted topic.” That brief exchange triggered a number of questions that needed answers. First and foremost among those questions is, if response to writing is such a popular topic, might there be a need within our profession for another venue for such scholarship? Though the Journal of Second Language Writing is extraordinary at disseminating the highest quality research on broad aspects of second language writing, space within its pages is limited. Therefore, we determined to investigate whether there is indeed a need for another venue for quality scholarship on response to writing for international dissemination.
Hartshorn, K. James and Evans, Norman W.
"The Journal of Response to Writing: A Response to a Professional Need,"
Journal of Response to Writing: Vol. 1:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/journalrw/vol1/iss1/2