Editor's Note, March 2007
Welcome back! We took a bit of an editorial break, but we have returned in full force with plenty of new and insightful articles to share over the course of the year.
Ever-faithful contributor to Academic Exchange Extra, educator Dan Lukiv, starts off this year’s issues with his e-book titled: Direction for Creative Writing Teachers—A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Perspective (Monograph Number One) . With this monograph, Lukiv provides a wealth of astute knowledge into the foundation of creative writers.
As always, we welcome and invite your continued perusal of our journal and encourage you to submit articles, poetry, and fiction for consideration in future issues of AEE. Please review our Call for Papers on this site for more details on submission requirements. If you are unsure whether your contribution would be suitable under the terms of our Call for Papers, please send along an inquiry, and I will be happy to respond forthwith. As always, do not forget to check out Grist for the Mill for possible submission ideas.
Columnists Lynne Fukuda and Susan Jones return next month along with Poet’s Corner and more articles from contributors.
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Academic Exchange Extra invites reader response to any writings in this issue--especially articles advancing the scholarly debate of issues raised.
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