Book overview. This edited collection explores theoretical and practical questions about multimodal, digital production through lenses of rhetoric/composition, digital writing studies, English studies, and the humanities.
Abstract. Challenging the conventional linear form of much scholarship on rhetorical invention, this webtext employs video montages, random image generators, and other new media tools to show how invention is a profoundly embodied, social process that arises from the juxtaposition of disparate materials.
APA Citation: Garrett, Bre; Landrum-Geyer, Denise; & Palmeri, Jason. (2012). Re-inventing invention: A performance in three acts. In Debra Journet, Cheryl E. Ball, & Ryan Trauman (Eds.), The new work of composing. Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press. http://ccdigitalpress.org/nwc/chapters/garrett-et-al/