CORNFIELD REVIEW: Now Taking Submissions (CFP)


Posted: January 25th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Teaching, Writing | No Comments »


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The print version of The Cornfield Review is now accepting submissions. All submissions will be welcomed and considered for publication. Please send your original poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, art, and photos. Deadline for submission is Tuesday, February 14th.

Now you can register and submit your work online at:

http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu.

For questions or more information, contact Ben McCorkle (mccorkle.12@osu.edu).


Cornfield Review Archives: Online, Searchable, Downloadable


Posted: December 13th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Bookshelf, Writing | No Comments »


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Here’s a quick notice to all who follow the Cornfield Review, OSU Marion’s august literary journal, which dates all the way back to 1976 (incidentally, our nation’s bicentennial, the year that Wild Cherry’s “Play that Funky Music” and Scorsese’s Taxi Driver both reached number one, and the second year of production for the beloved AMC Pacer). Using the open source platform Open Journal Systems, we have digitally archived the entire back catalog with the help of OSU Libraries (particularly Henry Griffy), making the contents browsable, searchable, and downloadable for our visitors. There will be more official announcements forthcoming (on campus, etc.), but for now, go give it a gander at http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu/.


Latest CORNFIELD REVIEW Out Now!


Posted: October 5th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Bookshelf, Writing | Tags: | No Comments »


CR coverHear ye, hear ye: The latest installment of Cornfield Review, OSU Marion’s long-lived student-edited literary magazine, is currently available for your reading pleasure. Print copies are available for free at various locations around campus, and a downloadable version of it is available at: http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu/issue/view/83/showToc. Get yours today!

 

 


Listen Up: My WRITERS TALK Interview with Kevin Kelly


Posted: April 5th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Hacking, Rhetoric, Self-Promotion, Writing | No Comments »


Truly one of the highlights of my professional career thus far:

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Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick for Wired and author of What Technology Wants, talks with guest interviewer OSU professor Ben McCorkle about technology, the Amish, and how some innovations are destined to be invented.

Monday, April 4, 3:30 pm., WCRS radio, 98.3 & 102.1 FM
Wednesday, April 6, 8:00 p.m. WCBE radio, 90.5 FM

Listen to the show


Take My Courses, Please!


Posted: March 1st, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Internet, Rhetoric, Self-Promotion, Teaching, Writing | Comments Off


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ENGLISH 276: Introduction to Rhetoric
Ben McCorkle
M/W 10:00 -12:00 pm
5 Credit Hours, Fulfills GEC requirement in Arts & Humanities, Culture & Ideas

English 553: 20th Century US Fiction–”Amazing Tales of Sci-Fi!”
Ben McCorkle
MW 1-3
5 credit hours. Fulfills English Major Requirement for for Upper-division course in post-1900 Literature


Cornfield Review: Submissions Extended for One Week.


Posted: February 14th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Teaching, Typography/Graphic Design, Writing | No Comments »


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The Cornfield Review, OSU Marion’s student literary
publication, is still accepting your original photographs, works
of art, prose, and poetry pieces until February 21, 2011!

We want it all…the funny, serious, light, dark, artistic, sad…

We just want to see the creative part of YOU.

For more information, or to submit your work, please log onto:

http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu/


Cornfield Review Now Taking Submissions (CFP)


Posted: January 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Writing | Tags: , , , | No Comments »


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The print version of The Cornfield Review is now accepting submissions. All submissions will be welcomed and considered for publication. Please send your original poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, art, and photos. Deadline for submission is Monday, February 14th.

Now you can register and submit your work online at:

http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu.

For questions or more information, contact Ben McCorkle (mccorkle.12@osu.edu).

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The Cornfield Review: Online is accepting submissions in new media formats. Please submit your audio, video, animations, hypertext, web pages, video games, text art, or any other creative works. Deadline for submission is Monday, February 14th.

Now you can register and submit your work online at:

http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu.

For questions or more information, contact Ben McCorkle (mccorkle.12@osu.edu).


There’s Still Time (HARLOT CFP)


Posted: January 6th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Research, Uncategorized, Writing | Tags: , , , | No Comments »


The Special Issue CFP for Harlot‘s upcoming volume on family rhetorics is approaching (Jan. 15). Get your shinola together, people.

More here: http://harlotofthearts.org/index.php/harlot/announcement/view/12


Cornfield Review: Online (2010)


Posted: October 12th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Internet, Teaching, Typography/Graphic Design, Writing | No Comments »


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The new issue of Cornfield Review: Online is go! See it here.


STUDY: Cell Phone Usage Patterns


Posted: August 25th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: mobile, Research, Rhetoric, video, Writing | No Comments »


So, Nielsen apparently tracks things other than your television and radio preferences.  For those of you in my readership interested in mobile technology (increasingly, a truly robust multimodal  environment combining aural, alphabetic, visual, and even haptic modes of communication), take a look at this latest report, which tracks usage patterns across various demographic slices (age, race, gender, region, etc.).  Here’s the texting breakdown by age:

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