John Warner, Staff Writer
John Warner is a writer, editor, speaker, researcher, and author of eight books, including Why They Can’t Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and Other Necessities (Johns Hopkins UP) and The Writer’s Practice: Building Confidence in Your Nonfiction Writing (Penguin). With 20 years of college teaching experience and seven years as a contributor to Inside Higher Ed, John has become a national voice on issues of faculty labor, institutional values, and writing pedagogy. John is also a weekly columnist for the Chicago Tribune, writing on books and reading, and works as senior analyst and communication strategist for Willow Research, a market research firm focused on helping mission-driven institutions and organizations. He is affiliate faculty at the College of Charleston. His most recent book, Sustainable. Resilient. Free.: The Future of Public Higher Education is now available.