WriteClick

WriteClick logoWriteClick is an online journal dedicated to publishing work by first and second year writing students enrolled in R_C courses at Appalachian State University. Instructors may nominate student writing that represents a range of genres, from videos to graphic images to digital texts to traditional academic essays. We are looking for works that are substantive, imaginative, carefully composed, designed, and edited. 

For more information on our first and second year writing programs, please visit the following: Composition Program & Writing Across the Curriculum Program.

Artwork: Ben Strickland

Submissions

Write Click is now accepting nominations from writing instructors in our Composition & Writing Across the Curriculum programs.  We seek academic texts written under the direction of our R_C 1000 (Expository Writing), R_C 2000 (Writing for Proficiency) & R_C 2001 (Intro. to Writing across the Curriculum) course offerings.  We accept a range of topics and approaches that reflect the wide panorama of intellectual engagement among our students. Please note that we intend for Write Click to reflect the best writing from amongst our classes, so please only nominate works which have earned (or will earn) an A- or higher.

What We Seek

Write Click is now accepting nominations from writing instructors in our Composition & Writing Across the Curriculum programs. We are looking for academic texts written under the direction of our R_C 1000, R_C 2000 & R_C 2001 course offerings. In these texts, we seek a range of topics and approaches that reflect the wide panorama of intellectual engagement among our first and second year students.

Staff

What to Submit

We are looking for projects on a variety of texts, issues, and topics. We are especially interested in featuring the following:

  • Academic Writing (Argumentation, Rhetorical Analysis, etc.)
  • Ethnographies
  • Visual Rhetoric
  • Reflective Writing
  • Final Portfolio Material

Latest Issue

Spring 2021

Visual Rhetorical Analysis: Alexandra Contianos, “Diversity and Inclusion on Broadway” - VIDEO 

Rhetorical Analysis: Julie Brooks, “Emotional Support Animals

Comparative Essay: Evan Akouegnon, “The New York Times and the #MeToo Movement

Portfolio Analysis Video: Mckenzie Sollars, “Final Portfolio Video” - VIDEO

Visual Rhetorical Analysis: Donohue, Jazzy, “Rhetoric Analysis Video of ‘This is America” - VIDEO

[**Please note this video contains graphic imagery/themes necessary for academic analysis; viewer discretion advised.**

Research Essay and Video Interviews: Margaret McLean, Orencia Garcia & Alex Lubinecky, “Literacy Development through Education” (VIDEO and Paper)

Argumentative Essay: Emory Sprouse, “The Purpose Behind Prevention

Argumentative Essay: Julia Schriefer, “Mandatory Vaccination in Children

Argumentative Essay: Rachel Carlton, “Caffeine: A Guilty Pleasure or a Perpetrator in Disguise”

Personal Narrative: Ethan Hunt, “Benefits of a Backyard Education

Ethnography: Kaylee Combs, “Scholarly Community of Digital Marketing Majors

Ethnography: Harlee Hawthorne, “No Money Down, Everybody Rides

Ethnography: Amelia Gallina, “The General Phenotype and Morphology of a Wildlife Biologist

Argumentative Essay: Sierra Lafrenier, “Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

Argumentative Essay: Holly Aldridge, “Diversity in YA Literature

Rhetorical Analysis: Peyton Fordon, “V for Vendetta Film Analysis"

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