Note: This is a highlights version of my curriculum vitae. I also have an online portfolio that I used for my promotion dossier. It is at folio.lanettecadle.com and is irregularly updated now that its purpose has been served.
Dr. Lanette Cadle
Professor, English Department
234 Siceluff Hall
Missouri State University
901 South National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897
Ph.D, English, Rhetoric and Writing, 2005
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Research Areas: Computers and Writing, Girls Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, Science Fiction and Fantasy literature.
Dissertation: A Public View of Private Writing: Personal Weblogs and Adolescent Girls. Ohiolink ETD, http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/view.cgi?bgsu1118508220 (link to abstract with PDF full download available). 181 pages.
Dissertation Director: Kristine Blair. Committee members Bruce Edwards, Deborah Alvarez, and Radhika Gajjala
Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing/ Poetry, 2001
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Thesis: Speaking in Tongues. Thesis Director, Larissa Sporluk.
Bachelor of Arts in English, Creative Writing Option, 1998
Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
Selected Publications in Rhet/Comp
“TechnoFeminism: (Re)Generations and Intersectional Futures.” Computers and Composition, special issue on TechnoFeminisms: (Re)Generations and Intersectional Futures, edited by Dànielle Nicole Devoss, Angela Haas, and Jackie Rhodes. Transcript of a 90-minute multi-voiced interview of leading Technofeminists about the future of the field. Participants: Megan Adams, Kris Blair, Lanette Cadle, Radhika Gajjala, Gail Hawisher, Donna LaCourt, Lisa Nakamura, Cindy Selfe, Barbi Smyser-Fauble, Pam Takayoshi. Moderators: Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Jackie Rhodes, Angela Haas. Print. March 2019.
“TechnoFeminism: (Re)Generations and Intersectional Futures.” Computers and Composition Online, Edited video from the print article in Computers and Composition. A multi voiced interview of leading Technofeminists about the future of the field. Print. March 2019.
Why I Still Blog. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. 18.3 PraxisWiki Section, August 2014.
Deploying 21st Century Writing on the Economic Frontlines. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Elizabeth Monske. A special combined issue of Computers and Composition and Computers and Composition Online. Editor’s introduction to the web issue at http://cconlinejournal.org/spring2013_special_issue/intro/intro.html. March 2013.
Fighting the Fear: Plagiarism and Technophobia. Computers and Composition Online. February 2010. 18 web pages, 6338 words.
“Computers and Composition Online: Feminist Community and the Politics of Digital Scholarship.” (co-authored with Kristine Blair) Performing Feminism and Administration in Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Section V. Disciplinary Administration: Journals and National Organizations. Eds. Krista Ratcliffe and Rebecca Rickly Cresskill. NJ: Hampton Press, 2009. pp 199-211, 5497 words.
“Girls, Grrrls, Gurls, and the Tools They Use,” Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women’s Studies Resources, University of Wisconsin. 28.4 Fall 2007. pp 13-17, 3710 words.
“Sweet Monsters: Feminism and Blurred Gender in Rose O’Neill’s Paris Exhibition” (co-authored with James S. Baumlin) Moon City Review 2010: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism, Section IV, Archival Treasures form the Ozarks. Eds. Lanette Cadle and Marcus Cafagña. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press.
“Textual Analysis.” In Carbajal Van Horn, Marcy. Teaching with Hacker Handbooks. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010. 4 pages, 840 words.
“Portraits of Womanhood in the Artwork of Rose O’Neill.” (co-authored with James S. Baumlin) Moon City Review 2009: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism, Section IV, Archival Treasures form the Ozarks. Eds. Jane Hoogestraat and Lanette Cadle. Fayetteville: U Arkansas Press/ Moon City Press, 2009. pp 190-225, 7129 words.
“Open Source: Purpose, Practice, and Priorities,” A special focus (5 articles, 2 reviews) of a double issue of Computers and Composition Online. Eds. Lanette Cadle, Joe Erickson, and Kristine Blair. Fall 2010- Spring 2011.
Selected Publications in Poetry
The Tethered Ground. Woodley Press. Forthcoming Fall 2019.
- “If I Were Less Superstitious.” Flint Hills Review. August 2017. Print.
- “The Cure” and “George Brett’s Teeth.” Menacing Hedge. Summer 2017. http://www.menacinghedge.com/summer2017/entry-cadle.php
- “Burn.” San Pedro River Review. Spring annual, 2017. Print.
- “Calculation.” Poeming Pigeon: A Literary Journal of Poetry. Spring 2017. Print.
- “Carry Nation Returns to the Eaton Hotel at Happy Hour” and “How to Lose.” Thank You for Swallowing: Reminding mean boys that big girls push back since 2015, Election issue. January 2017. Ebook at https://thankyouforswallowing.wordpress.com/2017/01/06/the-last-of-2016/
- “Mechanical.” Lost River Review. Print. 2016.
- Two Poems: “A Marriage in Six Endings and Two Beginnings” and “28 Days to a Better You’ in Gingko Tree Review, November 2016 (print).
- Neva’s Journal and Orange in Red River Review, November 2016 (Click link on main page for November 2016 issue)
- How to Hunt Pumpkins, finalist in The Furious Gazelle‘s annual Halloween Contest, October 2016.
- Two Poems: A Robot’s History of Art and “Hopper’s Nighthawks: Large Ginger Car Remix” in Star*Line (print) October 2016. (“A Robot’s History of Art” is one of the “editor’s choice” poems chosen for online preview)
- Broken Sonnet with Birds in By&By Poetry, October 2016
- Three Poems: “Poem with a Broken Heart in the Middle of It,” “Sonnet with a Pile of Shoes in It,” and “To Marvell, in the Fall” in Rat’s Ass Review‘s 2016 anthology, Love and Ensuing Madness, September 2016
- Two Poems: “What I Didn’t Say” and “A Window, a Horse, and a Bad Divorce” in Yellow Chair Review, September 2016
- “Status Update” in Indian River Review (print, September 2016)
- Crib Sheet in Stirring: A Literary Collection, July 2016
- Snow and the Lie in Rose Red Review, Spring 2016
- Three poems: “Human,” “Inchworm,” and “Lemmings.” In Animal Tails. Ed. Jo van Arkel. Springfield: Pencil Box Press, 2016.
- Two poems: “Artifacts” and “Sign, Signifier, Signified.” In Elder Mountain v 6, Spring 2016.
- My Life History as a Series of Flat Tires in The Lake, April 2016.
Selected 2015 Poems:
- What Zoo Animals Say After Hours in Stirring: A Literary Collection
- Finding Your Way in Blast Furnace (v.5 n.3, scroll down to the sixth poem)
- Mechanical and Automatic in Lost River Review (print and online, Fall 2015)
- Flood Song in Atticus Review
- Clark has a Plan and Death of a Superhero in Yellow Chair Review
- Things Found Along Boyer Road Between El Dorado, KS and the Dump in TAB: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics
- Why the Frog Rejected the Princess in Young Ravens Literary Review
Publications in Science Fiction Studies
“Shadow or the Self: Neil Gaiman and Social Media.” The Comics Work of Neil Gaiman: In Darkness, In Light, and In Shadow, Eds. Joseph Michael Sommers and Kyle Evelet. Jackson: U of Mississippi Press , 2019.
“The Power of the Perky: The Feminist Rhetoric of Death.” Death, Desire, Fury, and Delirium: Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman. Eds. Aaron Drucker and Tara Prescott. Jefferson NC: McFarland, 2012.
Computers and Composition Online. Acquisitions Editor 2016 – present. Senior Editor, August 2002 – 2016. One of the founding editors at CCO’s present location. Duties include solicitation of new work at conferences, editorial review of submitted work, web-authoring occasional reviews for text authors, and editorial supervision for articles personally solicited.
Moon City Press. Editor, 2008 – present. Duties include solicitation of new work, promotion of new releases, website development, and editing individual book projects.
Mid-American Review. Assistant Editor, August 1999 – 2002. Read submissions and selected poetry. Successfully solicited work from established poets, including Albert Goldbarth, Linda Gregg, A.E. Stallings, and Sondra Gilbert.