National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 14, No. 3, 1992

A Little Sleaze Goes a Long Way
By Jane Juska

Alex in Process Land
By Gary A. Watson

All It Takes is a Three-Paragraph Letter
By Craig Goheen

Book Review: Grammar Grams II, by Stephen K. Tollefson
By Denny T. Wolfe
Wolfe declares Tollefson's approach to grammar is "more sense oriented than rule oriented....

Book Review: Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools, by Jonathan Kozol
By Joe Check

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

Do You Want to Stay After School to Write?
By Carol Williams Wahlenmayer

NWP Report
By NWP Staff

Our Community of Writers
By Cindy Ford

Postcards from a Broken Window
By Bruce Greene

Technology and the National Writing Project
By Stephen Marcus

Under Discussion
By Susan Lytle

Voices in College Classrooms: The Dynamics of Electronic Discussion
By Gail Hawisher, Cynthia Selfe
The writers report on their study examining the kinds of discourse that characterized electronic communication in their classes and particularly the role of themselves as mediators of this discussion....

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