Volume 42, Number 5-6, January/February 2018

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From the Editor, by Muriel Harris
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.01

Religious Identity and Writing Center Tutoring: Perceptions from Latter-day Saint (LDS) Tutors, by Christopher LeCluyse and David Stock
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.02

Peripheral (Re)Visions: Moving Online Writing Centers from Margin to Center, by Sarah Prince, Rachel Willard, Ellen Zamarripa, and Matt Sharkey-Smith
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.03

Tutors’ Column: Ramblings of an Insecure Writer: Viewing Writing Tutorials as Stories, by Megan Poole
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.04

Tutors’ Column: I Don’t Grok You: When Unfamiliar Subjects Can’t Be Translated, by Christopher Schacht
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.05

Tutors’ Column: Exposing the Draft Addiction: Prioritizing Prewriting in the Writing Center, by John Kneisley
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2018.42.5.06

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