You know that if you finish the novel you’re working on it would sell – or maybe you have written a story for a children’s book. Your colleagues and family tell you it’s great, but you don’t know what to do next. You’re an educator not a writer, and the publishing world seems out of your grasp. Educators as Writers: Publishing for Personal and Professional Development is written by fellow educators and a few editors, who provide a «how-to» to see your name in print. Fifty-four articles cover topics such as memoirs, blogging, children’s books, freelancing, finding publishers, author websites, poetry contests, style guides, networking, and using classroom skills to write.