The Farmingdale State College Writing in the Discipline (WID) Committee is seeking contributions from both faculty and students for inclusion in Processes, a peer-reviewed, scholarly edited collection. This text aims to complicate the concept of “good/bad writer” or “good/bad writing” to show that processes and “products” change depending on discipline, writer, and the purposes of writing. The purpose of this collection is to provide both models of writing processes across the curriculum and critical reflection on writing to make writing more transparent for faculty and students alike. We invite contributions from writers in any discipline or at any stage in their scholarship.
This collection will include manuscripts or excerpts from published, unpublished, or in progress work alongside reflections from the writers on their processes. Submissions will have both a sample excerpt and a reflection on that excerpt. Together, those sections should run between 2,000 and 3,500 words.
Excerpts of roughly 1,000-1,500 words should be:
• Community-engaged or civic writing
Reflections of roughly 1,000-2,000 words should describe your: