Eleven issues of Occasional Papers were published by the Association of Teachers of Japanese between 1995 and 2011. Now that ATJ has become AATJ (American Association of Teachers of Japanese); this series has been discontinued.
The last issue of Occasional Papers, Issue Number 11 (2011), Japanese Language Education and Creativity: Recent Theories and Practices, can be downloaded here as a 1-MB PDF file.
Earlier issues of the Occasional Papers (2005-2010) can also be downloaded as PDF files:
Issue 10 (2010): Meeting Student Needs: Perspectives on Teaching Japanese for Professional Purposes
Issue 9 (2009): Bridging Japanese Language and Japanese Studies in Higher Education
Issue 8 (2008): Re-emerging Articulation Initiatives in Japanese Language Education in the United States
Issue 7 (2005): Study Abroad: Rethinking Our Whys and Hows