For over eighty years, the NCTE Books Program has published resources for teachers' professional development at every level, elementary through college.
NCTE books focus on current issues and problems in teaching, research findings and their application to classrooms, ideas for teaching all aspects of English, and other topics.
The complete list features over 300 titles, so you're sure to find a professional resource that will enrich your teaching. Browse our online store, flip through our interactive catalog, or request a copy of the 2013-2014 catalog.
NCTE members get a discount of up to 30% off the nonmember prices of most titles. Not yet a member? Learn how to join NCTE.
We publish several popular book series, including the CCCC Studies in Writing & Rhetoric (SWR) series, Principles in Practice imprint, the NCTE-Routledge Research Series, and the NCTE High School Literature Series.
Interested in writing a book? By publishing with NCTE, you join a community of professionals who have served and shaped the profession through their research, teaching, and scholarship. As an NCTE book author, you:
- receive thoughtful and constructive reviews of your manuscript
- work closely with experienced NCTE editorial staff who ensure that you are happy with the process and proud of the result
- are considered for further professional opportunties, such as writing lesson plans for ReadWriteThink, our award-winning online resource for reading and language arts instruction.
Although we're proud of our publications, we are not a vanity press. All projects undergo rigorous peer review by experts in the field. We don't typically publish anthologies or single-authored works of creative writing, student textbooks, personal journals, student writing, or dissertations not revised for book publication.
Learn more about publishing your book with NCTE.