Guest Bloggers

We’ll be starting our summer Friday guest blogger posts a little earlier than last year. In fact, our first guest blogger, Lisa Dewey Wells, will be posting next Friday, May 13th.

I’ve lined up ten out of 17 of our guest bloggers this summer.  That means there are seven spots left.  Would you like to bring your voice to the conversation about the teaching of writing this summer?  If you’re a fellow blogger and are interested in writing a guest blog post, please send me an e-mail and let me know what you’re interested in writing about.  (Please include a link to your blog as well as more information about what you teach, where you’re from, etc.)  Here are some general “guidelines” about what a guest blog post should look like:

  • 250 – 1,000 words
  • Conversational tone
  • About an aspect of the teaching of writing at any grade level
  • If you reference anything, you’ll need you to include citations to the work being referenced.
  • Photos and videos to enhance your post are always appreciated.

Please note: we do not pay for guest blog posts.  After all, we’re a blog that doesn’t accept advertising.

If you have further questions before you submit an idea for a guest blog post, then feel free to leave a comment.