Winter 2014-2015: ARTivism

Welcome to Teachers & Writers Magazine online!

With this new version of the magazine, Teachers & Writers Collaborative (T&W) continues the conversation we began in 1967, when the first Teachers & Writers Collaborative Newsletter was published. In this latest iteration, our discussion of the work and joy of “educating the imagination” and teaching creative writing will go on, but through this new format that discussion will be expanded.

Putting the magazine online allows us to reach a wider audience and provide readers with greater accessibility to the fantastic resources we’ve accumulated over the last five decades. We are excited to share new content from current literary artists and educators, along with treasures from our archive of articles and lesson plans.

One new feature we are especially excited about is the Exploded Lesson Plans, which offer a detailed lesson on a specific theme, author/poet, literary era, or other focus, along with links to a variety of resources to enrich and provide context for that lesson.

We hope that you’ll take advantage of the opportunity for exchange that the online format offers by posting your own questions, suggestions, and ideas in the comments section at the end of each article. We also hope that you’ll take a look at our submission guidelines and consider writing for the magazine.

In short, we hope that you will find our online presence inviting, inspiring, and useful to your writing and teaching practice.

The Winter 2014–2015 issue of Teachers & Writers Magazine online features articles, essays, and lesson plans focused on “Artivism.”


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Olivia Birdsall
Matthew J. Burgess
Jordan Dann
Susan Karwoska
Bushra Rehman
David Andrew Stoler
Amy Swauger
Jade Triton

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