ARIZONA ENGLISH TEACHERS JOURNAL
The Arizona English Teachers Journal has a long history of serving Arizona teachers. Originally known as The Arizona English Bulletin, the journal has been a trusted source for teachers since the 1970s. The peer-reviewed journal is published twice each year, with a themed issue in the fall and a general interest issue in the spring.
For more information, including the current calls for manuscripts and directions for submission, please visit the journal webpage.
If you are interested in being a reviewer, or if you have any questions, please email our editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit for the AETA Writers contest!
Poetry: A poem, spoken word poetry video, or song with lyrics.
Fiction: A short story, comic, film, or animated work.
Future Teacher Essay (undergraduate students and pre-service teachers): A written essay or a video sharing reasons the person is entering the teaching profession.
Outstanding ELA Publication (graduate students and in-service teachers): An article or chapter (single author) published in 2020-2021 on any topic pertaining to English Language Arts teaching or research. Submit the entire publication as a PDF, and provide citation information if not visible.
Prizes include 2022 AETA Conference registration and a year of membership in the AETA organization!
The Connections Newsletter shares upcoming events, AETA partnerships, and helpful resources for Arizona ELA teachers.
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