Tuesday / June 2

Please submit your blog post in a Google Doc or Word document to your marketing manager and [email protected] Please also include a short (35-50 word) bio and a photo of yourself that we can publish with your post. If you are current Corwin author, we will already have your bio and photo.

Here are some tips to keep in mind while you are writing your blog post:

  • The average length of a blog post on Corwin Connect is 1000 words.
  • Keep the tone casual and friendly
  • Blog posts should be written in a conversational style, rather than an academic style. Think about how you would explain a topic to a friend or colleague.
  • Your post should be practical in nature, with points that teachers and/or leaders could put into practice immediately—think of a post as micro-PD!
  • Corwin Connect blog posts are not sales pitches—it’s ok to mention your book or services in context, but please do not send us a commercial or advertisement.
  • We will include a picture with your post. If you have no preference, we will choose a stock image from a photo vendor. If you have a specific picture that you would like to use, please send a high resolution version with your blog post. If you do not own the picture and/or the picture features students, please make sure you have permission to use it in a blog post for Corwin.
  • Because Corwin Connect has a small editorial team, we expect your post to be 95% ready to publish at the time that you submit it. Thank you for understanding!

Qualities of great blog titles:

  • They ask a question
  • They solve a problem
  • They include a number (“3 tips…”, “4 Reasons…”, etc.)
  • They use “How to…” or “How Not to…”
  • They are thought-provoking

Check out some exemplary blog posts on Corwin Connect:

Most important, PROMOTE your post:

  • Share your post on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Linkedin, everything—and be sure to use the hashtag #CorwinConnect!
  • Tell your friends
  • Respond to comments on your post

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I submit a picture to use with my post?

Yes—please just make sure that you have permission from the copyright holder and any identifiable subjects of the picture. We will also request a copy of that permission to keep on file.


Can I send you a post I’ve already published elsewhere?

No. We are only interested in accepting original posts at this time.


Can I reuse my blog post, once it’s been published on Corwin Connect?

Yes! You retain the copyright for your blog post. However, we ask that when reusing it, you include a link back to the original on Corwin Connect.


When you submit a post for Corwin Connect, you are giving Corwin permission to use the post in part or in whole on our website and in any marketing materials. You do not own any pictures from stock vendors that Corwin publishes alongside your post.


When you submit your post, we will let you know when it is scheduled to go live and keep you updated as to any changes in scheduling.