Zhaozhe Wang gives a look into what it’s like to be a Faculty Advisory Editor and to mentor a student working to publish their research in YSW.Read more about Meet the YSW Faculty Advisory Editor: Zhaozhe Wang
Jacob Wilson discusses his article “Best Practices for a Translingual Pedagogy: An Undergraduate Perspective” and his process of publishing his work in YSW.Read more about Meet the author: Jacob Wilson
Gabriela Uribe describes her research about monolingualism’s effect on multicultural homes and how she worked to publish her article in YSW.Read more about Meet the author: Gabriela Augustina Uribe
Jessica Brown explains her interest in language discrimination in the legal field and the research she completed and published in YSW.Read more about Meet the author: Jessica Brown
Hannah Cox gives an inside look into the process of publishing her YSW article about the dehumanization of Japanese Americans in archived government documents.
Samantha J. Rae discusses her experience researching student mental health and publishing her work in YSW.Read more about Meet the author: Samantha J. Rae
Anna Maltbie discusses her research about abortion access and how she published her work with YSW.Read more about Meet the author: Anna Maltbie
Volume 19 CFP.Read more about Volume 19: CFP
Megan Kelley explains her research process and how she published her work in Young Scholars in Writing.Read more about Meet the author: Megan Kelley
Young Scholars in Writing is now accepting submissions for Volume 19. Please review the call for papers and then submit your manuscript below. Please also review the Information for Authors section as well.
Beginning in April 2021, the editors will review each submission for fit with the journal's scope and mission. Then manuscripts will be reviewed by student peer-reviewers. The editors will notify authors about the status of their submission in May 2021.
If you have questions in the meantime, please contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.