Kim Brian Lovejoy is associate professor of English in the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the writing program. He directs the Graduate Program in Writing and Literacy and the Graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing, and is the editor of the Journal of Teaching Writing, a national journal for writing teachers at all educational levels. His teaching and research interests include first-year writing, linguistic diversity, critical pedagogy, academic writing, and the teaching of writing. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Research Network Forum of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) and co-chairs (with Elaine Richardson, Ohio State University) the CCCC Language Policy Committee. He has served as chair of the Research Network Forum, co-chair of the CCCC Caucus on Language, a Stage I Reviewer of conference proposals for CCCC, and an elected member of the NCTE College Section Nominating Committee. With Ken Davis, he co-authored Writing: Process, Product and Power (1993). His chapter “Practical Pedagogy for Composition” appeared in Language Diversity in the Classroom: From Intention to Practice (edited by Geneva Smitherman and Victor Villanueva) (2003), and he coauthored (with Steve Fox and Katherine V. Wills) “From Language Experience to Classroom Practice: Affirming Linguistic Diversity in Writing Pedagogy” in Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Language, Literature, Composition and Culture (2009). Additional articles and reviews have appeared in College Composition and Communication, English Journal, Journal of Teaching Writing, Linguistics and Education, Writing Lab Newsletter, and others.