Submissions wanted — The Font – A Literary Journal for Language Teachers

The submissions deadline for the next issue of The Font is August 31st.

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What’s The Font?

The Font – A Literary Journal for Language Teachers (ISSN: 2203 4412) is a journal about teaching and  learning languages at home and abroad. It looks at the topic from a more creative, literary, and humanistic perspective than the more traditional academic publications.

Who’s behind it?

The Font is run by an independent, voluntary group of writers and readers, based in several countries, who also teach languages. It is not affiliated with any institution or organisation, and is unfunded and not for profit. The Font is a venue for teachers and learners to reflect on their experiences and observations while teaching and learning languages, or while living abroad as a teacher.

What kind of writing?

The Font publishes quality short stories, articles, essays, anecdotes, poems, interviews, cartoons and other forms of creative writing which provide insight, reflection, humour, and inspiration on the theme of teaching and learning languages at home and abroad.

Why?

The Font publishes writing by language teachers, learners and translators in all countries. The Font is a venue for language teachers and learners from all walks of life, to come together and share about all aspects of this profession, through the accessible medium of story telling.

 

Educational Theater of New York Upcoming Presentations

Dear Educators,

Educational Theater of New York opens its Spring 2017 season with its intriguing double bill:  The 1902 classic, “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W.Jacobs, and Truman Capotes’, mysterious short story, “Miriam.”  The plays continue through April 6 with performances at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Designed for English Language Learners, students may ask to have a scene repeated in they wish, and have the chance to interact with the characters in a post-performance conversation.

Tickets, $15.  Reserve tickets by calling 646-733-7685 or email [email protected].  You can find lesson plans at www.etnyarts.org.