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In this inaugural episode of the blog’s podcast Slow Agency, Ted Roggenbuck and Karen Johnson, who are part of an amazing editorial team for the WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, give us a behind-the-scenes look at the WLN Journal. They shared how the editorial team mentors and collaborates with writers to deliver articles on pertinent issues affecting the writing center field. Ted and Karen also shared some advice for anyone seeking to publish with the WLN Journal. Click here to jump to the resources mentioned in this episode.

We would like to thank Ted and Karen as well as the entire WLN Journal editorial team including Editor-in-Chief Muriel ‘Mickey’ Harris, Co-editors Lee Ann Glowzenski and Julia Bleakney, Associate Editors for the WLN webinars Julie Prebel, Sohui Lee, and Elizabeth Kleinfeld, and Assistant Editor Elizabeth Foster for all the work they do to keep our community updated on writing center scholarship. Readers, we hope this episode inspires you to send your articles to the WLN editorial team.

Resources

Aikens, K. (2019). Prioritizing antiracism in writing tutor education. In K. Johnson & T. Roggenbuck (Eds.), How we teach writing tutors. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.

Devet, B. (2020). A systematic method for engaging writing center consultants in far transfer. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, 45(3/4), 17-24.

DiPaula, L. (2020). Writing a conflict counterstory: Why and how. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, 45(3-4), 2-8.

Featherstone, J., Barrett, R., & Chandler, M. (2019). The mindful tutor. In K. Johnson & T. Roggenbuck (Eds.), How we teach writing tutors. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.

Gallagher, D., & Maxfield, A. (2019). Learning online to tutor online. In K. Johnson & T. Roggenbuck (Eds.), How we teach writing tutors. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.

Giaimo, G. (Ed.). (2021). Wellness and care in writing center work. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.

Jampathom, M. (2020, November 17). A sense of sight. Connecting Writing Centers Across Borders.

Kuang, M. (2020). Tutors’ Column: “Speedometers in the Writing Process and Writing Center”. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, 45(3/4), 25-28.

Miyake, H., Kawamoto, T., Kaneko, H., & Umeki, R. (2021). Connection of clients’ original requests and negotiated session goals in Hiroshima University Writing Center. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, 45(5/6),

Riley, T. (1994). The unpromising future of writing centers. The Writing Center Journal, 15(1), 20-34.

Weber, J. (2021). Tuning the violin: A bibliometric look (and relook) at WLN. WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, 45(5/6), 10-16.

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The “Slow Agency” Podcast

Created and hosted by your CWCAB editors, the goal of this podcast is to open up time and space in this productivity-saturated culture to slow down and dialogue with leading thinkers and practitioners in writing studies worldwide. The title of the podcast is inspired by Micciche, L. (2011) For slow agency. Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, 35 (1), 73-90. Our inaugural episode features WLN’s journal editors whose wisdom and hard work make this journal and the blog possible.