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When We are Writers

There’s a thing I want to say. I heard it coming up when I was sitting in Starbucks yesterday. Watching the sun and the people in...
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Essential Silence

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/7983/essential-silence.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 10:55I attended a funeral last month. I wanted to speak, but I couldn’t — not for the...
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Between Words and Pictures Emerges the Shape of Ideas

I want to share a quick few reflections on the particular way in which I see comics as a powerful way to express and organize our...
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Traces

The fact remains that to write is to trace, and to trace is within the reach of any hand — Fernand Deligny, The Arachnean and Other...
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Dance : Work : Learn : Teach : Write

Prelude In a former life I was a dancer. A former life, or a previous era: BGS (Before Grad School). This is how I used to...
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Author, Audience, and Parts of Speech

For much of October I have been mentally wringing my hands over exactly how I want to contribute to Digital Writing Month, especially as a featured...
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Your Voice in Mine

How can I hear my own voice unless it bounces off of yours? I have had that single line in my mind for years. It isn’t...
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On the Horrors and Pleasures of Counting Words

Good writing is not reducible to numbers; the word count for the expression of an idea can’t always (or even usually) be determined in advance. Ideas...
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Blogging is a Choral Act

I was going to start by saying that digital writing was, for me, a Pandora’s Box. But that would not be fair, or true. The jar...
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Creative Beasts with Crayons

Digital writing is emergent writing. It mutinies at the imposition of form, the edicts of the grammars of old. It rails to change the rules. It...
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When Words Go Global: a #digped Chat

Digital writing – in my understanding, the act of creating texts or other products through digital tools which are designed to be shared with readers via...
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Creation, Curation, Collaboration: Digital Writing Month 2015

In November, Hybrid Pedagogy begins a new iteration of our Digital Writing Month (#DigiWriMo) event — a 30-day adventure through the world of digital narrative and...
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Digital Writing, Paywalls, and Worth

This piece was contributed as part of Hybrid Pedagogy‘s Digital Writing Month. I’m tired. Scratch that: I’m exhausted. I’ve been writing for my life, like my life depended...
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Claiming Ground in the Absence of Space: a #digped chat

“Algorithms control the way we write, the way we interact with one another, the way we find each other in the digital, and whether or not...
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Invention, Ambition, Fearlessness: Digital Writing Month 2014

We are all animals of speech and expression, we are creative beasts with crayons, we are all authors, and we are all founding mothers and fathers...
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