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The Mount's Writing Resource Centre
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Writing-related Journals

The Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing

College Composition and Communication

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Writing-related Associations

Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing

National Council of Teachers of Writing  (USA)
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Books About Writing

Search the novanet catalogue for relevant sources. Use subject keywords such as "rhetoric and composition."


 Alternatively, look up some of the following titles:

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Practical Writing Guides

 
Barrass, Robert.  (2005).  Students Must Write: A Guide to Better Writing in Coursework and Examinations.
 
Bailey, Stephen.  (2006).  Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students. (2nd ed.).

Marggraf, Richard. (2000).  Writing essays: a guide for students in English and the humanities.
 
Writing research:
  
Elbow, Peter.  (2000). Everyone Can Write: Essays toward a Hopeful Theory of Writing and Teaching Writing.
 
Flower, Linda; Stein, Victoria; Ackerman, John; Kantz, Margaret J.; McCormick, Kathleen; Peck, Wayne C., (1990).  Reading-to-Write: Exploring a Cognitive and Social Process. Social and Cognitive Studies in Writing and Literacy.
 
Lillis, Theresa M. (2001). STUDENT WRITING: Access, regulation, desire.
 
Penrose, Ann M.; Sitko, Barbara M. (1993). Hearing Ourselves Think: Cognitive Research in the College Writing Classroom.

Other:
For more popular writing instruction, search for books by Natalie Goldberg, Anne Lamott, Stephen King (Yes, that Stephen King), or search Novanet using the Library of Congress subject term "Authorship."