Rhetoric/Composition/Play CFP Extended to June 1, 2010

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My friend Matthew S.S. Johnson sent me a note to let us know that the deadline for Rhetoric/Composition/Play: How Electronic Games Mediate Composition Theory and Practice (and Vice Versa) has been extended to June 1, 2010. I've attached the PDF below, but here's a blurb describing the collection:

Rhetoric/Composition/Play will be an edited collection designed for scholars new to computer/video games as well as those who are more expertly versed. The book will consist of academic essays that assess, theorize, and contextualize computer/video games vis-a-vis composition-rhetoric. We invite 900-1200-word proposals for this proposed collection.

I intend to submit a proposal, though I'm not sure what I'll do yet.

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