BIG NEWS: In April 2013, the School of Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication will launch a new journal in place of e-Vision.
will publish excellent work produced in ALL GWRTC and WRTC undergraduate courses.
The deadline for consideration in Lexia's first issue is
January 31, 2013
We invite submissions from Summer and Fall 2012 GWRTC and WRTC courses. Submissions that present original research, that take multimodal approaches, that engage with important issues in the discipline, and that take risks with subject matter, genre, and style are particularly welcome.
You may submit multiple documents produced in multiple courses. Check out our submissions page for guidelines
e-Vision continues to showcase the range of excellent texts produced by students in James Madison University's first year writing courses, Critical Reading and Writing (GWRTC 103) and Reading and Writing Workshop (WRTC 100). For twelve years now, the students on the e-Vision editorial board have given these engaging, provocative, fundamentally useful texts the wider audience they deserve.
Publish in e-Vision
Get published. Get an audience. Get read. Share your good writing with the world. Let it prompt thought, spark discussion, and inspire more good writing. Click here to learn about submitting to e-Vision.
FIND IT in e-Vision using the "FIND IT" button above. Looking for essays that engage a particular subject (like gender roles, popular culture, the environment, racial and ethnic identity, religion and spirituality...)? Check out the Subject Index. Want to connect with an audience, begin well and end better, really use research, analyze closely, delay (or even omit) a thesis, incorporate multimedia, develop your voice, organize and transition effectively? Visit the Tactic and Style Index. Or locate specific texts using the Author Index and Title Index.
Looking for hands-on experience in editing for publication? Students on the e-Vision editorial board earn elective credit toward a WRTC minor or major. Editorial board members develop evaluation criteria, read and discuss all submissions; and work individually with writers chosen for publication.
and Technical Communication
at James Madison University.