Arizona English Bulletin Call for Manuscripts

The Arizona English Bulletin invites English and Language Arts teachers at all levels—elementary, secondary, and college—to submit manuscripts to the AEB for consideration.  We accept manuscripts on an ongoing basis, and we seek manuscripts on any aspect of English and Language Arts teaching. We prefer manuscripts that focus on classrooms, classroom practices, students, and teachers, although we are also interested in relevant theory and research as a context for action in the teaching of English and Language Arts. We will also publish reviews of books, programs, and resources.

Guidelines for submitting manuscripts
Please submit your manuscript electronically by email attachment only (Please do not mail a hard copy). We require writers to submit a copy of their manuscript as a Microsoft Word attachment. Manuscripts submitted in the body of the email will not be accepted. The Arizona English Bulletin uses the MLA style sheet. Manuscripts that do not meet MLA formatting and citation requirements will be returned.

Be sure to include the author’s name, address, school affiliation, and an email address on the first page. We would also appreciate a short biography of 2-3 sentences. We cannot publish any material that has been previously published in print or electronic form. Please do not submit material to other publishers while your manuscript is under consideration for the Arizona English Bulletin. Manuscripts will be read and reviewed, and replies sent, in approximately 12 weeks (3-4 months in summer).

Submit Manuscripts to:
Sandra Raymond, Editor
sandra.raymond@nau.edu


Manuscripts must be submitted as an attachment in MS Word format.

The Arizona English Bulletin is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Arizona English Teachers Association, a nonprofit state affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English. The Arizona English Bulletin exists to increase awareness of new ideas, programs, issues, and trends in English and Language Arts; and to improve instruction at all levels.

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