Close Reading: What It Means for a Writer by Lynne R. Dorfman, Brian Kelley, Clare Landrigan, and Tammy Mulligan (September 2016 in Pennsylvania Reads )
Developing as a Writer, Growing as a Teacher: Dual Purposes for Participating Online, by Luke Rodesiler and Brian Kelley (January 2017 in English Journal )
Toward a Readership of "Real" People: A Case for Authentic Writing, by Luke Rodesiler and Brian Kelley (July 2017 in English Journal)
Transforming Professional Lives Through Online Participation, by Luke Rodesiler, Meeno Rami, Gary Anderson, Sarah Andersen, Cindy Beth Minnich, and Brian Kelley (July 2014 in English Journal).
In 2015 I wrote a series of lessons for the American Immigration Council: 8 Tips For Teaching How To Write a Digital Story on Immigration. The focus, writing digital stories about our family histories and heritage, includes links and samples from the students in my classes.
A series of essays about my experiences growing up within an Italian (extended) family structure in Philadelphia in the 1970s and 1980s appear below. The ejournal, 210 East Rosedale, was published by the Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project.
Looking for a Space, by Brian Kelley, begins on page 20
Italian Bread Slathered in Red Gravy, by Brian Kelley, begins on page 18
The Influence of a Good Man, by Brian Kelley, is on page 16.
History is Found in a Kitchen, by Brian Kelley, is on page 6.
Cent'anni to a Family Gypsy, by Brian Kelley, is on page 17.