ABSTRACT: In recent years, writing in Spanish as a foreign or heritage language has assumed more prominencein research and curricular policy in the United States. Increasing numbers of heritage language learners,the emergence of social media tools, renewed interest in writing genres, and changing instruction methodshave all influenced how we understand writing and writers. This article provides a brief overview of theaspects of writing that are currently pertinent in pedagogical and research contexts, and suggests whatwriting practices might look like in the future.
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