My copy of TCQ 19.1 arrived the other day, and I got a chance to read it last night. It’s a special issue on “Posthuman Rhetorics and Technical Communication”, edited by Byron Hawk and Andrew Mara. Good stuff: the articles cohere well while addressing a diverse array of topics. And it’s just what some of my graduate students needed now: one would like to carry over thesis work on posthumanism to his 574 project, so Mara and Hawk’s introduction is perfect, addressing some points from a discussion he and I had last week. I recently recommended Clay Spinuzzi’s Network to a second student, so Sarah Read’s review came at a great time.
I thank Byron, Andrew, and the contributors for their excellent work.