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Editorial Policy

Composition Forum is a journal for scholars and teachers interested in the investigation of composition theory and its relation to the teaching of writing at the post-secondary level. The journal features articles that explore the intersections of composition theory and pedagogy, including essays that examine specific pedagogical theories or that examine how theory could or should inform classroom practices, methodology, and research into multiple literacies. Composition Forum also publishes articles that describe specific and innovative writing program practices and writing courses, reviews of relevant books in composition studies, and interviews with notable scholars and teachers who can address issues germane to our theoretical approach.

All articles published in Composition Forum are subject to rigorous double-blind peer review by at least two reviewers who are experts in the topical area.

Copyright & license

Composition Forum is an open access journal. Contributors to Composition Forum are not charged for publication. Contributors retain the copyrights to their works, and readers are permitted to use them under the conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike license.