During my academic career, I did lots of editorial work. This magazine, Reading and Writing Quarterly, was the one where I was Associate Editor for more than a decade, working on selected issues, working with the writers of those issues to get manuscripts into acceptable writing. I also was a reviewer for the two most prestigious journals in my area of speciality: The Reading Teacher, and Language Arts.
Below I have posted pictures of some other things I edited.
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As a retired teacher and professor of literacy, I now in my retirement spend time writing novels, poetry, creative nonfiction, radio essays, and picture books. My foremost audience is young readers ages 11-14. But I also write stuff for grown-ups.
After years of academic writing for textbooks, chapters, and refereed journals, AND years of being Associate Editor of The Reading and Writing Quarterly, sitting on various editorial advisory boards, reading and critiquing hundreds of article drafts, mentoring my own grad students and junior faculty - I decided there needs to be a place to go and learn. Learning what you need to know to succeed can pave the path for a very successful career. You'll find some on my website.
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