Jayne Wildman has been involved in ELT for 30 years. She first started teaching children and teenagers in 1988. After… Read more Get inspired by … Jayne Wildman
Whether you’ve been working from home for years, or you’ve just started working remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic, being… Read more Work from home tips from publishing professionals (Part 1)
Damian Williams is an author, writer and teacher trainer based in the UK. He has worked in Russia, Indonesia, Italy,… Read more Get inspired by … Damian Williams
Katherine has worked in ELT for more than 30 years. She has published for a range of contexts and publishers.… Read more Get inspired by … Katherine Bilsborough
Adrianna Krajewska is an ESL teacher and ELT author from Poland. She has written materials for Oxford University Press and… Read more Get inspired by … Adrianna Krajewska!
I know authors who started writing for publishers without any prior knowledge of the ELT publishing process. They have become… Read more Training for (aspiring) ELT writers
When I look for new writing talent among teachers, I like to see what they’ve been creating for their own… Read more 5 ways to improve your materials NOW!
LinkedIn has this odd feature called ‘People Also Viewed.’ These people are selected based on common key words used in… Read more How to disable competitors on your LinkedIn profile
Here’s an infographic summarizing my advice on ways to get noticed by an ELT publisher (for aspiring writers).
A few weeks ago, an English teacher reached out to me on LinkedIn asking for writing work. I didn’t know… Read more 9 ways to get noticed by an ELT publisher