The IWCA is the organizational home for two writing center journals: Writing Center Journal and The Peer Review.

The Writing Center Journal

Writing Center Journal has been the premier research journal of the writing center community since 1980. The journal is published twice annually.

A message from the current editors, Pam Bromley, Kara Northway, Eliana Schonberg, and book reviews editor Steve Price:

We’re committed to publishing strong empirical research and theoretical scholarship relevant to writing centers. In addition, we seek to build a stronger research community for writing centers. To that end, we are committed to three key practices. We will:

· Provide meaningful feedback on all manuscripts, including those we choose to reject.

· Make ourselves available and accessible at regional and international writing center conferences.

· Coordinate professional development events related to The Writing Center Journal and our research community.

For more information about the journal, including how to submit an article or review for consideration, please go to WCJ’s website:

WCJ can be added to your IWCA membership package.

WCJ is available full text from JSTOR from 1980 (1.1) through the most recent issue.

Other ways to access WCJ can be found on the website:

The Peer Review

TPR is a fully online, open-access, multimodal and multilingual web text for the promotion of scholarship by graduate, undergraduate, and high school practitioners and their collaborators.

Contact for TPR:

TPR on the web:

Editor: Nikki Caswell

For information about the IWCA Newsletter, IWCA Update, visit here.  For information on other publications focused on writing center scholarship, visit our resources page.