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Information for Authors

TESOL currently publishes two serials (TESOL Journal and TESOL Quarterly), teacher resource books, and a variety of specific-interest newsletters for members. You do not need to be a member to write for TESOL publications. As you explore this area, consider becoming a TESOL author to add your voice to the wealth of professional experience you will find in all TESOL publications.

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Current Calls

TESOL Press has no active calls for contributors at this time. Please check back!


Read author guidelines for submitting to TESOL Quarterly and TESOL Journal.

How to Get Published in a TESOL or Applied Linguistics Serial Publication (2017): A list of peer-reviewed serial publications in the field with submission and contact information compiled by the editors of TESOL Quarterly.



Please note that TESOL Press is not accepting proposals for series at this time.


Members are encouraged to submit features or resources for publication in TESOL Connections, the monthly e-newsletter of the association.

Members can also write for their interest section newsletters. For more information, please visit the TESOL Communities of Practice page for the interest section you would like to write for.

The TESOL Blog

The TESOL Blog provides readers with news, information, and updates on the latest research, effective classroom practices, and peer-to-peer advice on classroom technology, lesson plans, and other practical topics in the field of English language education.

Informed Consent Policy Statement and Release

TESOL expects authors of books or articles in our serial publications or contributors submitting chapters or units to any collective TESOL publication to adhere to ethical and legal standards for work with human subjects. Although TESOL is aware that such standards vary among institutions and countries, TESOL requires authors and contributors to meet, at a minimum, its Informed Consent Policy before submitting a manuscript for review.

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