The Wisconsin English Journal is a bi-annual publication. Started in 1959 by the Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English, WEJ has published a variety of topics surrounding the English language arts. For more information, visit our about page.
Read The Latest
Volume 61, no. 1 features an editor’s introduction on Zona Gale, the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1921, a piece on writing and communications challenges from our current editor, Adam Sprague, and much more surrounding the improvement of instruction. View the full issue here.
Write For Us
WEJ is currently open for submissions and critical book reviews. We have recently opened up our submission guidelines to accept creative work, such as poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction, along with the scope of topics surrounding teaching practices. For more information on submitting, take a look at our guidelines and style guide here.