Contact publishes articles for ESL teachers:
- classroom activities
- reviews of books, tests, websites, and movies
- introductory articles on topics related to ESL
- personal essays
- and other matters of interest to our readers
The most important point is to write with classroom teachers as your intended audience. We are happy to work with previously unpublished authors. If you are submitting a post-graduate assignment for publication, please expect to revise it for our audience.
The length of articles we publish varies by style and topics, but we encourage you to aim for 2,000–3,000 words. It is very unlikely that we would publish an article of over 5,000 words.
Headings, citations, and references should follow APA style. Otherwise, apply as little formatting as possible. Do not use indents or hard returns for spacing between paragraphs or to get a hanging indent in the list of references.
Submissions should be e-mailed to the Editor, Brett Reynolds, at email@example.com in Word format. We accept submissions on an ongoing basis, and you can expect an initial response within days and a decision usually within a month.