We would like to thank the editors of Kairos for their supportive and formative reviews in the development of this webtext. Special thanks go to Mike Edwards for shepherding us through the review process, and to Cheryl Ball and Douglas Eyman for engaging conversations about a possible Writing Studies Tree (WST) webtext early and often since the site’s creation. We are eternally grateful to Tim Laquintano for reading multiple drafts, giving critically useful feedback. An early conversation with Jim Brown helped us constrain the scope of this webtext. Finally, thank you to Matthew K. Gold, Mark McBeth, and Sondra Perl, mentors to all three of us, who read early drafts and helped us find the threads. Our acknowledgements for the Writing Studies Tree more generally are available on the site, as are bios of the WST team members—including the authors of this webtext.

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