Publications and Presentations

Book Contributions

“Amiri Baraka,” (with Janet Hoover); “Black American Literature Forum,” (with Lisa Bahlinger); “Stanley Crouch,”; “Countee Cullen,” (with Janet Hoover); “Folktales” (with Lisa Bahlinger); “Robert Hayden”; “Martin Luther King”; “Claude McKay”; “Gloria Naylor”; “Paul Robeson”; “Spirituals”; “Jean Toomer.”  African- American Writers:  A Dictionary.  Ed.  Shari Dorantes Hatch and Michael R. Strickland.  California:  ABC-Clio, 2000.

Articles

“How to Succeed as a Writer?  By Really, Really Trying.”  Lifelong Writers.  Spring 2000.

“The Art of Distilling Life into Literature.”  Lifelong Writers.  Spring 2000.

Fiction

“The Sunspot.”  CrossTime Science Fiction Anthology Vol. II

Creative Nonfiction

“Invoking Andrew.” Palm Prints. December 2005.

“Fences.”  Palm Prints.  December 2001.

Reviews

Hochman, Will and Diane Masiello.  “Review of the 2000 Conference on College Composition and Communication.”   Academic Writing:  Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Communication Across the Curriculum.  http://aw.colostate.edu

Alexander, Jonathan, Will Hochman, and Diane Masiello.  “Review of the 2000 Computers and Writing Conference.”  Academic Writing:  Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Communication Across the Curriculum. http://aw.colostate.edu

Presentations

“Writing as Prayer.” Nativity Catholic Church MOMS+ Group. Brandon, FL. (November 2011).

“Reviewing the 4C’s—Composition, Community, Conversation and Connection.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Antonio, Texas. (March, 2004).

“Pet Peeves:  Famous Errors We All Make.”  Lifelong Writers, a Division of Lifelong Learning at the University of South Florida.  Tampa, FL (July, 2003).

“Teaching Writing with Technology:  Using Blackboard and Microsoft Word Tools in Composition Instruction.”  University of Tampa.  Tampa, FL  (November 2002; April 2002).

“The Art of the Critique.”  Lifelong Writers, a Division of Lifelong Learning at the University of South Florida.  Tampa, FL  (August 2002).

“‘What are We Teaching/Learning Here, Anyway?’:  How Freshman Composition Students and Teachers Negotiate the Space Between the Rhetorical Demands of the Academy and the New Conventions of Electronic Writing Environments.”  Computers and Writing Conference.  Fort Worth, TX  (May 2000).