top of page


SCCTE welcomes
contributions to South Carolina English Teacher (SCET), an online journal that represents varied perspectives, formats, and voices focusing on the teaching of English in our state. SCET publishes teacher research, critical essays, teaching strategies, bibliographies, interviews, personal essays, short stories, poetry, and other creative works including photography and drawings. Deadline for submission for the next SCET issue is October 31, 2023. All submissions attached by this date will be considered.

  • Each manuscript should be no more than 12 double-spaced, typed pages in current APA style.
  • Author's personal and institutional identification including an 
    is a blind, peer-reviewed journal.SCETonlyemail address on the cover page
  • Attach a copy of your manuscript in Word, subject heading "SCET," to co-editors Dr. Mary Styslinger ( and Dr. Matthew Nelson (
Access all archived issues here.


Writing a Book
Carolina Writes is a literary arts magazine sponsored by the SCCTE for South Carolina featuring student-produced poetry, short fiction, personal narratives, and artwork. SCCTE holds periodic writing and art contests for elementary, middle level, and high school students to feature the top creators in our magazine.  NOTE: Carolina Writes is not in publication at this time. We would love your help to build this again. Please use the "Contact SCCTE" form to let us know if you're interested in volunteering on this pulblication. 

As South Carolina educators, we understand the innovation and passion required to prepare our students for the 21st century. Our blog will feature member activities, lessons, philosophies, and more! We hope that this will serve as a resource as well as a celebration of our collective talents beyond our annual conference. Details coming soon...


bottom of page