03 May 2011

Call for Submissions: What Teaching Means (Rogue Faculty Press)

Post date: 03 May 2011
Deadline: 30 September 2011

Rogue Faculty Press, an educator-founded publishing house in Omaha, Nebraska, is accepting submissions for What Teaching Means.

We are interested in a geographically diverse set of personal, creative nonfiction pieces (300-3000 words) that will entertain readers, humanize both students and teachers, and explore the joys and frustrations of teaching in the age of budget cuts and standardized tests.

Manuscripts must be submitted by July 31, 2011, with notification by September 30, 2011. Publication is scheduled for Spring 2012.

Please submit manuscripts in “.pdf,” “.doc,” or “.docx,” format to: roguefacultypress@gmail.com. On separate cover sheet, include: author’s name, school affiliation, address, phone
number, and email address. Inquiries to: daniel.boster1@gmail.com

The collection will be edited by Daniel Boster, Ralston High School English teacher and
co-director of the Nebraska Writing Project. The Rogue Faculty Press editorial board,
which will oversee this project, is comprised of teachers and writers with over three
collective decades of public school teaching experience.

Contact Information:

For inquiries: daniel.boster1@gmail.com

For submissions: roguefacultypress@gmail.com

Website: http://www.roguefacultypress.com/
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