Illustrator/Comic Artist Survey
Hi! Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to complete this survey. I am working on my next book for Stenhouse Publishers, in which I am arguing for a "redefining" or "reimagining" of what we consider "writing" in schools. Your insight will help me so, so much. Please feel free to reach out with any comments, concerns, or questions at
if needed--and please share this survey with your colleagues!
Do you frequently or regularly engage in visual or multimodal composition as part of how you make your living?
Growing up, how often were you offered opportunities to engage in "alternative" kinds of compositions in school (e.g., illustrating, comic writing, spoken word poetry, zine making, etc)?
If you answered "1" or "2" for the previous question, how did this affect you as a student?
Didn't bother me at all
I felt somewhat disengaged from school/writing
I felt very disengaged from school/writing
[OPTIONAL] Did you, as a student growing up, identify as any of these types of learners? (I understand that some of these learning differences never "go away," but I am most interested in what school was like for you as a child/adolescent.)
Dyslexic or learning disabled
Student for whom English was a second language
Do you think we ought to "redefine" our ideas about what writing "is" in schools? Why or why not?
[OPTIONAL] May I follow up with you if I have a question about something you've expressed here? (If so, please leave an email address or Twitter handle!)
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