Contents: Preface. Part I:Teaching Writing.M. Rose, Reclaiming the Classroom. D. Bartholomae, Teaching Basic Writing: An Alternative to Basic Skills. I. Shor, The First Day of Class: Passing the Test. K. Bruffee, Collaboration, Conversation, and Reacculturation. K. Gilyard, From "Let's Flip the Script: An African American Discourse on Language, Literature, and Learning." J. Tompkins, Pedagogy of the Distressed. L.A. Carroll, Pomo Blues: Stories From First Year Composition. Part II:Becoming a Writer.P. Elbow, The Process of Writing--Growing. M. Soliday, Translating Self and Difference Through Literacy Narratives. M-Z. Lu, From Silence to Words: Writing as Struggle. R. Natov, Listening for Difference. M-A. Johnson, ESL Tutors: Islands of Calm in the Multicultural Storm. E. Friedland, Writing Alive. G.A. Olson, Toward a Post-Process Composition: Abandoning the Rhetoric of Assertion. Part III:Responding to Writing.C.H. Knoblauch, L. Brannon, Responding to Texts: Facilitating Revision in the Writing Workshop. D.M. Murray, The Listening Eye: Reflections on the Writing Conference. A. Raimes, Errors: Windows Into the Mind. P. Elbow, High Stakes and Low Stakes in Assigning and Responding to Writing. P. Belanoff, The Myths of Assessment. E. Brooks, Evaluating ESL Writing. R.E. Miller, Fault Lines in the Contact Zone. Part IV:Beyond the Writing Class.T. Fulwiler, The Argument for Writing Across the Curriculum. V. Zamel, Strangers in Academia: The Experiences of Faculty and ESL Students Across the Curriculum. L.R. Robertson, S. Crowley, F. Lentricchia, Opinion: The Wyoming Conference Resolution Opposing Unfair Salaries and Working Conditions for Post-Secondary Teachers of Writing. C.M. Anson, Distant Voices: Teaching and Writing in a Culture of Technology. S. Stan, T.G. Collins, Basic Writing: Curricular Interactions With New Technology. B. Herzberg, Community Service and Critical Teaching. W. Bishop, Places to Stand: The Reflective Writer-Teacher-Writer in Composition.