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This episode of The Write Time features New York Times bestselling author Marie Lu along with teacher-author Rose Brock and Florida educator Amanda Haugen.

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Jeff Zentner, author of The Serpent King, Goodbye Days, and Rayne and Delilah’s Midnite Matinee, talks writing and learning with Dr. Susan Densmore-James the director of the Emerald Coast Writing Project.

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National Writing Project teacher-leader Janelle Q. Bence interviews New York Times Best-selling author Erika Sánchez in our special NWP Radio series, The Write Time.

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Join NWP Radio for a visit with Sandra Murphy and Mary Ann Smith, authors of Writing to Make an Impact: Expanding the Vision of Writing in the Secondary Classroom.

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In this episode of The Write Time, Jarred Amato the co-founder of Project LIT is interviewed by Connecticut English teacher Sean Astle.

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In this episode of The Write Time at NWP Radio, we’re pleased to host a discussion with author Matt de la Peña and NWP teacher-leader Tracey Flores.

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Marginal Syllabus is one way that NWP sites can bring fresh literature selections into their Summer Institutes while supporting new teacher-leaders to see themselves as part of larger conversations across writing project sites and the profession at large. Marginal Syllabus brings together new reading selections, social annotation of those selections with writing project colleagues, and Read More

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In this episode of our special NWP Radio series “The Write Time,” we feature author Nic Stone, an Atlanta native and Spelman College graduate, and Connecticut educator Kim Herzog, a member of CWP-Fairfield.

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Kids are home. Teachers are home. Parents are home. We thought it would be a perfect opportunity to #StepForward with an incredible new young adult novel from Gene Luen Yang.

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What is possible when youth are asked to engage in the discourse about what is meant by “adolescence”? Our May reading for Marginal Syllabus describes what happens when educators and youth partner together to explore historically situated views of adolescence.

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