"Writers often write on the edge of what they know. They realize
they can't wit to write until they understand something completely because they are constantly re-thinking and learning new insights about what they know today. Print is a snapshot of a person at a point in time."
-When Writers Read
Jane Hansen was an elementary school teacher for 12 years before earning a Ph.D. from the University of New Hampshire, where she teaches reading and writing courses, directs
The Writing Lab, and coordinates the Ph.D. program in Reading and Writing Instruction.