Subject: CALL FOR HYPERTEXTS: New Online Journal
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 1995 15:49:04 -0600

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_Kairos: A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments_

Kairos is a *true* hypertext journal: it explores all aspects of the
pedagogical and scholarly uses of hypertexts, and is written in
hypertextual format. This new hypertext journal is designed to serve as a
resource for teachers, researchers, and tutors of writing at the college
and university level, including: Technical Writing, Business Writing,
Professional Communication, Creative Writing, Composition, and Literature.
Therefore, we are calling for hypertexts addressing the following:

* theoretical essays designed to help ground practice in pedagogical
theory and vice-versa;
* empirical research reports conducted in and related to the networked
writing classrooms;
* editorials from teachers regarding past experiences;
* sample syllabi, with notes and commentary from the teachers and
* commentary and reviews of on resources, including websites, M**spaces,
listservs, newsgroups and print resources;
* reviews of pertinent software;
* examinations and translations of previously linear texts into hypertexts
(e.g. Deluze and Gutarri's _Mille Plateau_ and Lyotard's _The PostModern

(If you are a novice with hypertext, we can help you--don't let that keep
you from submitting.)


Questions? Inquiries? Please address them to Elizabeth Pass at:
ngpas -at- ttacs -dot- ttu -dot- edu

*****Inquiries are due by October 1, 1995*****

*****Submission are due by November 1, 1995:
(Any hypertext not in final form by December 15, 1995, cannot be considered
for the January 1996 issue.)
Please check the URL for links, text, and submission requirements*****

_Kairos_ Editorial Staff:
Mick Doherty, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Editor and Publisher (doherm -at- rpi -dot- edu)

Elizabeth Pass, Texas Tech University
Assistant Editor (ngpas -at- ttacs -dot- ttu -dot- edu)

Michael J. Salvo, State University of New York at Binghamton
Managing Editor (salvo -at- bingsuns -dot- cc -dot- binghamton -dot- edu)

Jason Teague, IBM/Research Triangle
Graphics Editor (teaguj -at- rpi -dot- edu)

Amy Hanson, Texas Tech University
Chief Copy Editor (ykfam -at- ttacs -dot- ttu -dot- edu)

Greg Siering, Ball State University
Links Editor (00gjsiering -at- bsuvc -dot- bsu -dot- edu)

Corey Wick, North Dakota State University
Production Manager (cwick -at- badlands -dot- nodak -dot- edu)

_Kairos_ Editorial Review Board (all submissions to _Kairos_ will be
interactively peer reviewed):
Wayne Butler, University of Michigan (wbutler -at- umich -dot- edu)
Christine Boese, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (boesec -at- rpi -dot- edu)
Eric Crump, University of Missouri (wleric -at- showme -dot- missouri -dot- edu)
Dean Fontenot, Texas Tech University (gjdhf -at- ttacs -dot- ttu -dot- edu)
Jeff Galin, University of Pittsburgh (galin+ -at- pitt -dot- edu)
Amy Hanson, Texas Tech University (ykfam -at- ttacs -dot- ttu -dot- edu)
Bill Hart-Davidson, Purdue University (davidswf -at- sage -dot- cc -dot- purdue -dot- edu)
Lee Honeycutt, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute (honeyl -at- rpi -dot- edu)
Steve Krause, Bowling Green State University (skrause -at- bgnet -dot- bgsu -dot- edu)
Lorrie LeJeune, O'Reilly Associates (lorrie -at- ora -dot- com)
Rebecca Rickly, University of Michigan (becky -dot- rickly -at- umich -dot- edu)
Richard Selfe, Michigan Technological University (rselfe -at- mtu -dot- edu)
Elizabeth Overman Smith, Auburn University (smitheo -at- mail -dot- auburn -dot- edu)

_Kairos_ is a subsidiary of the D'Artagnan Communications Group sponsored
by the Alliance for Computers and Writing.

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