Authorial Scholarship 2.0: Tracing the Creative Process in Online Communities

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The age of letter writing is coming to an end, just as an era of e-mail, blogs, online groups, and social networks is emerging as a new mode of communication. The work of scholars interested in what writers have to say about their work has simultaneously become easier and more challenging, depending upon the technologies used by these writers. How do we conduct authorial scholarship in an age of digital media? This paper address this question through a case study: Flores' own research on Jim Andrews and his work, focusing on the challenges and affordances offered by the current media ecology.

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Elisabeth Nesheim