Crossing Over

Forming Linkages for Writing Pedagogy


  • Martha Pennington University of London



writing, pedagogy

Author Biography

Martha Pennington, University of London

Martha C. Pennington (Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania) holds positions at the University of London as Professorial Research Associate in Linguistics, School for Oriental and African Studies, and Research Fellow in Applied Linguistics and Communication, Birkbeck College. Professor Pennington is the founding editor of the journal Writing & Pedagogy (Equinox), and the editor of two book series, Frameworks for Writing (Equinox) and Innovation and Leadership in English Language Teaching (Brill). She has published 15 books and over 200 articles in edited collections and journals including TESOL Quarterly, Modern Language Journal, System, Journal of Second Language Writing, Language and Education, Language Culture and Curriculum, Computers and Composition, Computer Assisted Language Learning, RELC Journal, and World Englishes. Her current work centers on creativity in academic writing, effects of technology on literacy, humor and language, bilingualism, and English phonology in applied linguistics.




How to Cite

Pennington, M. (2015). Crossing Over: Forming Linkages for Writing Pedagogy. Writing and Pedagogy, 7(1), 1-13.




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