Writing as a Way of Being: Writing Instruction, Nonduality, and the Crisis of Sustainability. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, forthcoming in 2011.
Literacy Matters: Writing and Reading
the Social Self. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, 2000.
With Scott Leonard, eds. The Relevance of English. Urbana,
IL: NCTE, 2002.
Reading Our World: Conversations in Context, 2nd edition. Wadsworth/Cengage, 2010.
The Informed Argument, 6th edition. With Robert K. Miller.
Wadsworth/Cengage, 2004. [8th edition forthcoming in 2011]
Literacies and Technologies: A Reader for Contemporary Writers. New York: Addison Wesley Longman, 2001.
Articles in Refereed Journals
“A Thousand Writers Writing: Seeking Change Through the Radical Practice of Writing as a Way of Being in the World.” English Education 42 (October 2009): 6-28.
With Janet Alsup, Janet Emig, Gordon Pradl, and Robert Tremmel. "The State of English Education and a Vision For Its Future: A Call to Arms." English Education 38 (July 2006): 278-294.
"'Radical to Many in the Educational Community': The Process Movement After the Hurricanes." Review essay. College English 68 (May 2006): 531-544.
"Stasis and Change: English Education and the Crisis of Sustainability." English Education. 37 (July 2005): 262-271.
"Making CCCC Matter More." With C. Mark Hurlburt and Derek Owens. Writing on the Edge 15 (Spring 2005): 67-91 .
"Computers, Literacy, and Being: Teaching With Technology
for a Sustainable Future." Kairos 6.2 (Fall 2001). Available
"The Ambivalence of Reflection: Critical Pedagogies, Identity,
and the Writing Teacher." College
Composition and Communication 51 (September 1999): 30 -
With Jeffrey T. Grabill. "Computer-Mediated Communication in the
Undergraduate Writing Classroom: A Study of the Relationship Between
Online Discourse and Classroom Discourse in Two Writing Classes."
and Composition 15 (1998): 11-40.
"What Does NAFTA Mean? Teaching Text in the 90's." English Education
29 (1997): 38-58.
With Sarah Powley. "Virtual Connections and 'Real' Boundaries:
Teaching Writing and Preparing Writing Teachers on the Internet."
and Composition 13 (April 1996): 25-36.
"A Rhetoric of Contact: Tecumseh and the Native American Confederacy."
Review 14 (Fall 1995): 64-77.
"The Role of Classroom Context in the Revision Strategies of Student
Writers." Research in the
Teaching of English 29 (May 1995): 216-238.
"Literature and Literacy: Rethinking English as a School Subject."
83 (March 1994): 30-36.
"Collaboration and Children's Writing: What 'Real' Authors Do,
What Children Do." Journal
of Teaching Writing 12 (1994): 217-233.
"Written Commentaries as a Way of Learning About Writing." Journal
of Teaching Writing 8 (Fall/Winter 1989): 39-47.
"Religion and Conformity in the Writing Classroom." Radical
Teacher 35 (Summer 1988): 26-29.
Articles in Edited Collections
"English Education." In Bruce McComisky, ed. English Studies: An Introduction to the Discipline(s). Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2006. 275 - 319.
"The (Ir)relevance of English at the Turn of the Millennium."
In Robert P. Yagelski and Scott A. Leonard, eds., The Relevance
of English: Teaching That Matters in Students' Lives. Urbana, IL:
NCTE, 2002. 1 - 19.
"Asynchronous Networks for Critical Reflection: Using Computer-Mediated
Communication in the Preparation of Secondary School Writing Teachers."
Rebecca Rickley, Susanmarie Harrington, and Michael Day, eds., The
Online Writing Classroom. Cresskil, NJ: Hampton Press, 2000.
"Teacher Research as Knowledge-Making: Dogma and Resistance."
In Joanne Addison and Sharon McGee, eds., Feminist Empirical
Research. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1999. 163-172.
"Portfolios as a Way to Encourage Reflective Practice Among Preservice
English Teachers." Irwin Weiser and Kathleen Yancey, eds., Situating
Portfolios: Four Perspectives. Logan, UT: Utah State University
Press, 1997. 225-243.
"Who's Afraid of Subjectivity? The Composing Process and Postmodernism,
or, A Student of Donald Murray Enters the Age of Postmodernism."
Stock: Reassessing the Writing Process Movement in the 90's.
Eds. Thomas Newkirk and Lad Tobin. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1994.
"Looking for Sloppy Trees: How Research Shapes Teaching." The
Writing Teacher as Researcher: Essays in the Theory and Practice
of Class-Based Research. Eds. Donald Daiker and Max Morenberg.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. 1990. 142-152.
Related Academic Publications
"Teach Writing, Not Testing: Some Worries About the SAT Writing Test." With Cathy Fleischer and Jean Ketter. California English 11(Fall 2005): 22-24.
"'Back to Basics Not the Solution." Guest Column. Glens Falls (NY) Post-Star, January 9, 2005: p. F3.
"It's (My) Story, But I'm (Not) Sticking To It." College
Composition and Communication 52 (July 2001): 655-657.
Instructor's Manual. Literacies and Technologies: A Reader for
Contemporary Writers. New York: Addison Wesley Longman, 2001.
With Nancy Engler and Lynn Oborn. Introduction to Graduate Research
and Writing. Albany, NY: Regents College, 1998.
"Contexts of Writing." Encyclopedia of English Studies and
Language Arts. Ed. Alan C. Purves. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1994. 291-292.
"The Importance of Context in High School Writing." Indiana
English 17 (Fall 1993): 5-9.
"Instructor's Comments." In Donald M. Murray. Write To Learn,
2nd ed. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1987. 249-51.