DEBORAH COXWELL-TEAGUE, Associate in English, Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric (1990), M.S. in Reading/Language Arts (1983), is Director of the First-Year Composition Program in the Department of English. She trains and supervises the 140+ graduate teaching assistants who teach close to 200 sections of first-year composition each semester, and she also teaches a variety of courses. She and Dan Melzer, a former FSU TA who earned PhDs from Florida State in both Rhetoric/Composition and Creative Writing, co-authored a composition textbook, Everything's a Text, published in December 2010 by Pearson. Deborah has also edited a recent custom edition of On Writing, the textbook used at FSU in ENC 1101, and has co-authored an article titled "Advanced Placement English and College Composition: A Comparison of Writing at the High School and First-Year College Levels," with Ron Lunsford and John Kiser, that is included in the 2nd edition of What Is College-Level Writing? She is currently working with Ron Lunsford on an edited collection, First-Year Composition: Putting Theory into Practice, which is scheduled to be published in spring 2013 with Parlor Press.