The 2023 issue of Kansas English, the award-winning, peer-reviewed journal of the Kansas Association of Teachers of English (KATE), is now available on WSU’s Open Journal Systems.
Dr. Katie Cramer, professor of English education in the School of Education, has served as editor-in-chief of Kansas English since 2017 and collaborates with Dr. Susan Matveyeva, journal manager, of WSU Libraries to publish the journal each year.
This year’s issue of Kansas English was published on June 30 and features the work of several WSU-affiliated faculty and graduates:
- KATE President Nathan Whitman, also a WSU alum, published two pieces: “Perspectives from the President” and “A Means of Living, Seeing, and Teaching through Haiku”
- Reagan Murnan, Heidi Cornell and Angela Beeler co-authored “Universal Design for Learning as a Pathway for Accessible Narrative Writing Practices for Diverse Adolescents.”
- Darren Defrain published “Knowing the Rules: A Reflective Essay.”
- 2023 WSU graduate Caleb Thornton published “Draft Dodging: Learning the Art of Revision.”
- In addition, the 2023 editorial review board includes several WSU faculty and alumni: Dr. Robin Folkerts, Krystal Iseminger, Sally Kimball, Victoria Opalewski, Blake Overman, Nancy Sturm, Keely Tolbert, Nathan Whitman and Dr. Kim Wilson.