Volume 43, Number 7-8, March/April 2019

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Editor’s Note, by Muriel Harris
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2019.43.7.01

Jumping off the Cliff and Learning to Fly on the Way Down: Shared Expertise, Shared Input, and Shared Responsibility as the Building Blocks of a Volunteer Writing Mentor Program, by Sarah Haas, Thijs Gillioen, Stefanie Martens, Frederik Martens, Marjolein Schollaert, Maxim Broidioi, and Mickaƫl Van Nieuwenhove
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2019.43.7.02

Coffee’s for Closers!: The Pressures of Marketing a New Writing Center, by Bruce Bowles Jr.
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2019.43.7.03

Going Professional: Writing Centers’ Challenges and Possibilities in Working with Emerging Online Professional Graduate Student Programs, by Heidi Nobles
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2019.43.7.04

Tutors’ Column: A Successful Failure: What I Wish I’d Known about Research before Submitting to a Journal, by Eric James Stephens
DOI: 10.37514/WLN-J.2019.43.7.05

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