Maybe this text complicates writing as a fixed and normative scholarly practice. Maybe it problematizes premeditated and co-constructed textual production. Maybe it refuses the always already existing possibility for (collaborative) writing while engaging different materials in various (un/non)writing contexts. Maybe it is time to acknowledge presence and absence in the collaborative construction of visual writing (see Ulmer & Koro-Ljungberg, 2015). Maybe this project builds from other collaborative and experimental projects, projects that extend various forms of academic writing, including the work of Bridges-Rhoads and Van Cleave (2014); Gale and Wyatt (2009); Hofsess and Sonenberg (2013); Guttorm, Hilton, Jonsdottir, Löytönen, McKenzie, Gale, and Wyatt (2013); Löytönen, KoroLjungberg, Carlson, Orange, and Cruz (2015); and Wyatt, Gale, Gannon, and Davies (2010, 2011).
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