Volume 4, Issues 1 & 2, May 1971

From the archive.

Before transitioning to an online publication in 2015, Teachers & Writers Magazine was published in print. Since its first iteration as a newsletter in 1967, the magazine has shared innumerable resources with those teaching the art of creative writing. These print resources are now available at our online archive.

Read the full issue here.

In this issue:

Children as Teachers by Ron Padgett

Letter to a Teacher by The Schoolboys of Barbiana

Can I Tell You A Story by Roger Landrum

A Dream That Is Killing Me by Phillip Lopate

The Loft by Marv Hoffman

Garbage Picking by Sheila Murphy

Everything About Elephants by Rosellen Brown

The Dance of Things by David Shapiro

Looking for a Personal Method by Bill Zavatsky

The Clinton Program by Clarence Major

Ying Kit and Kenneth Lee by Hannah Green

P.S. On Open Education by Phillip Lopate

Mr. Everything by Larry Fagin

My Friend, America by Doc Long and Ruby Saunders

Why Dragons Are Mean by Merle Molofsky Chianese

Crazy Math by Ron Padgett and Dick Gallup

Memories by Hannah Green

It’s Winter, But With Her It’s Warm by Phillip Lopate

The Things They Talked About Lit Up by Betty Kline

Books for Non-Readers by Dan Levine

The Exotic Zoo by Etta Proshansky

I’m Going To Build A School by Robert Clancy

Report From Adamstown by Richard O. Curtis

If John Wayne Was My Grandmother by Barry Rader

On Not Correcting Children’s Writing by Selma Bokar

Teachers & Writers Magazine is published by Teachers & Writers Collaborative as a resource for teaching the art of writing to people of all ages. The online magazine presents a wide range of ideas and approaches, as well as lively explorations of T&W’s mission to celebrate the imagination and create greater equity in and through the literary arts.