Before transitioning to an online publication in 2015, Teachers & Writers Magazine was published in print. Since it’s first iteration as a newsletter in 1967, the magazine has shared inumerable resources with those teaching the art of creative writing. These print resources are now available at our online archive.
From a Place That is Necessary and Almost Unspoken: Interview with Kevin Young by Susan Karwoska
How Long Peace Takes: Writing about World Issues Using the Work of Naomi Shihab Nye by Merna Ann Hecht
Lost and Found in Translation: Life in a Second Language by Rachel DeWoskin
Recreating the Playbook: Teaching Essay Writing at Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Academy by David Andrew Stoler
The Real Me: A Student’s Perspective on Becoming a Better Writer by Angel Contrera
You Cannot Learn What You Do Not Love: Teaching to Student Interest by Michael Copperman
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.