Acknowledgements Introduction PART I: METAPHOR AND CULTURES OF COMPOSING Composing and Metaphoricity Multiple Truths and Metaphorical Models Metaphorics of Embodied Labor Metaphorics of Discursive Sociality PART II: THE APPARATUS OF AUTHORSHIP Authorship and Intellectual Labor Authorship in an Economy of Promotion Writing in Earthquake County Appendix: Sources, Selection, Classification of Metaphors Critical References Interview References
BARBARA TOMLINSON is Associate Professor of Literature and Director of the Muir Writing Program at the University of California, San Diego, USA. She has published articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, including Signs, Cultural Critique, The Journal of Medical Anthropology, Configurations, Written Communication, and Metaphor and Symbolic Activity.
'Drawing on 3,000 published interviews with contemporary authors, Authors on Writing reveals new ways of conceiving writing as intellectual labour. This highly academic book highlights authors' metaphorical stories about composing.' - Writers News