Fall 2020 Pricing
- 978-0-9910375-9-9 – Digital-only
$39.00 (Bookstore Wholesale), $39.00 (Suggested Retail)
- 978-1-7327075-8-0 – Looseleaf/Digital Bundle
$49.99 (Bookstore Wholesale), $59.99 (Suggested Retail)
- 978-0-9910375-6-8 – Paperback/Digital Bundle
$64.00 (Bookstore Wholesale), $80.00 (Suggested Retail)
- 978-0-9910375-5-1 – Paperback (print-only)
$45.00 (Bookstore Wholesale), $49.99 (Suggested Retail)
Academic Reviews“This is a genuinely unique and wonderful text. It combines the intensely readable personal touch of the how-to writing handbook with the no-nonsense nuts-and-bolts of the freshman composition textbook. I enjoyed reading it and suspect most students will as well, and was struck throughout by the author’s powerful, consistently engaging voice: This is a composition textbook that is actually fun to read!”
– Ira Allen, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Writing, and Digital Media Studies, Northern Arizona University
“This text displays a remarkable voice and degree of engagement with the reader, built both from understandable anecdotes and the author’s own experiences. Its tone is decidedly non-textbook and this is to its great credit as a potential stand-out among prospective teachers of writing.”
– David Grant, Associate Professor of English, University of Northern Iowa
“The author makes herself known to the students. She has a strong voice and personality, writing from a first person P.O.V. rather than relying on a deceptive third-person impersonal ‘authority’ that distances readers. Best of all, the author works by building on what she knows students are already able to do.”
– Elizabeth Lowry, Lecturer in Rhetoric and Composition, Arizona State University
Sample PDF ChapterThe sample chapter below is available as a static PDF document. The published English Composition textbook is available on our digital, interactive textbook platform, which includes the following features:
- Collaborative discussion activities in real time;
- Auto-graded quizzes at the end of each chapter with a timer feature and built-in cheating prevention measures;
- Annually updated links to relevant online sources;
- Helpful instructor supplemental materials, such as detailed instructor PowerPoint presentations for each chapter, chapter outlines, chapter workshops, and sample course syllabi;
- Simple and intuitive instructor assessment tools;
- Easy access from any browser and compatible with all major devices, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
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