The editorial teams that I’m part of represent a combination of traditional academic work and community outreach, public writing, and civic engagement. I see editorial work as an opportunity to engage with multiple audiences and develop writing that circulates within scholarly and non-scholarly spaces.
Assistant Editor, Dec 2013-present
Responsibilities include managing an on-going social media presence and creating promotional materials. Coordinating institutional and individual subscriptions. Promoting Reflections at national and international conferences. Organizing projects and events that promote collaborative and multimedia efforts, such as a podcast “Reflections on Latin@s Rhetoric” with This Rhetorical Life: http://thisrhetoricallife.syr.edu/episode-21-reflections-on-latin-rhetorics/ and the digital presence of Common Reflections: A Night of Education and Advocacy in partnership with Longwood University and The Robert Russo Moton Museum in Farmville, VA.
The Best of Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals
Series Co-Editor, 2014-present
Associate Editor, 2012-2013
Responsibilities include reaching out to independent journals in Rhetoric and Composition to select potential articles for publication and developing multiple writing groups across institutions and populations of faculty and graduate students to read and evaluate selected publications. Importantly, the money generated by book sales goes to support the independent journals’ presence at CCCC, thereby supporting their circulation within the field.
Managing Editor, Dec 2014 – present
Responsibilities include reviewing manuscripts and overseeing manuscript development to fulfill mission of the press. Particular focus is to ensure the publications have been approved by the community writers and emerge from an ethical community partnership. Also oversee working with the community publisher on book design, distribution within and beyond the specific community, and development of curricular materials for use in public school/college classrooms.