Fall 1993, 21.2

 

Book Reviews

Sidney I. Dobrin The Subject is Writing: Essays By Teachers and Students, edited by Wendy Bishop
Joe Law Exploring Literature: A Collaborative Approach, by Kathleen Shine Cain, Albert C. DeCiccio, and Michael J. Rossi
Bill Bolin The Practice of Theory: Teacher Research in Composition, by Ruth E. Ray
Patricia Gillikin Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy, edited by Carmen Luke and Jennifer Gore
Carl Glover Scenarios for Teaching Writing: Contexts for Discussion and Reflective Practice, by Chris M. Anson, Joan Graham, David A. Joliffe, Nancy S. Shapiro, and Carolyn H. Smith
Mary Nell Kivikko A Kind of Passport: A Basic Writing Adjunct Program and the Challenge of Student Diversity, by Anne DiPardo
Robert Donahoo Cultures of Letters: Scenes of Reading and Writing in Nineteenth-Century America, by Richard H. Brodhead
Christina Murphy Mystery Writer’s Market Place and Sourcebook, edited by Donna Collingwood; Private Eyes: A Writer’s Guide to Private Investigators, by Hal Blythe, Charlie Sweet, and John Landreth; Police Procedural: A Writer’s Guide to the Police and How They Work, by Russell Bintliff; 20 Master Plots (And How to Build Them), by Ronald B. Tobias; 1994 Writer’s Market: Where and How to Sell What You Write, edited by Mark Garvey
Christina Murphy Flash Fiction: 72 Very Short Stories, edited by James Thomas, Denise Thomas, and Tom Hazuka; That’s What I Like (About the South) and Other New Southern Stories for The Nineties, edited by George Garrett and Paul Ruffin