Article in Educational Leadership 66(6)
The article was retitled "Going Graphic: Understanding what graphic novels are -- and aren't -- can help teachers make the best use of this literary form." The phrase "going graphic" is one of many graphic novel article title cliches, unfortunately, but besides that, I was happy with the tightness of the copy editing, etc. And they added pictures, which really made it pop.
It's pretty cool to be in a journal with James Gee, Howard Gardner, Michael Levine, etc. And this publication focuses on principal types, which represent a powerful but less-frequently targeted audience when it comes to getting educators thinking about sequential art in the classroom.