Sarah Sloane

SARAH SLOANE teaches courses in writing studies, including composition theory, creative nonfiction, and questions of writing and ownership at Colorado State University. She does scholarly work on narratives written in new media (such as augmented realities), plagiarism, and 18th-century Scottish rhetoric. She is the author of book chapters and journal articles about writing theory, experimental stories and poems, social justice in Guatemala, Wilhelm Reich, and aleatory writing techniques. Her first book, Digital Fictions: Storytelling in a Material World, was published in 2000. Her second book, The I Ching for Writers, was published in 2005. Professor Sloane has completed a third book, a co-authored work of nonfiction about the life of a Guatemalan guerrilla, based on more than 100 interviews. Her fourth book, just underway, will be a creative nonfiction text about edges.