Toward a Readership of "Real" People: A Case for Authentic Writing, by Luke Rodesiler and Brian Kelley (July 2017 in English Journal)
Developing as a Writer, Growing as a Teacher: Dual Purposes for Participating Online, by Luke Rodesiler and Brian Kelley (January 2017 in English Journal )
Close Reading: What It Means for a Writer by Lynne R. Dorfman, Brian Kelley, Clare Landrigan, and Tammy Mulligan (September 2016 in Pennsylvania Reads )
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.
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.