Publications

The National Writing Project in New Hampshire  is involved in several publications, including the celebrated anthologies of teacher writing collected by the Plymouth Writers Group and published semi-annually. In a review of the first anthology, Writes of Passage, published in the fall of 1996, Rebecca Rule writes, “the writing is consistently strong, thought-provoking and unpretentious… This is a fine collection of work about growing up, or just plain growing—and though the writers must be teachers, readers from all walks of life will be engaged by what these teachers have to say and how well they say it.” (Concord Monitor)

The NWPNH  also publishes Middle/High School Voices, an anthology of writing by NH middle and high school students, and Summer Anthologies of writing by NWPNH summer institute participants.

For more information, please visit these publication-specific pages:

Research Studies by NWPNH authors:

Do We Have to Read?   by Meagan Kimball

The Construction of Identity and Academic Performance  By Suzanne Moberly

It’s Not Just Girls Being Girls: Relational Aggression at the New Hampshire Equestrian Academy Charter School by Casey Robinson

Behavior Management in the Classroom  By Jasmine Tyler

“On the Boards”: A Study of Community and Collaboration in an Online Course by Molly Tetreault

Composing Comics  by Jenifer Pellerin

Saving the Goss Reading Room by Lois Juris

Books by NWPNH Authors:

  • Seven Years: Musings of a Family Man by Bill Lee ( ISBN: 9780615180816)
    “Lee captures the insanity, the humor, the frustration, and the joy of raising a young family … a playful view of family life that will bring a smile to those who have raised children.” ~Lulu Books
  • Writing Rocks by Nancy Bernard and the writers of Epping Elementary School
    “Bravo for Epping Elementary, Epping NH!! Your published book demonstrates just how talented these students are.” ~Karen Thompson
  • On Thin Ice by Brian F. McNabb (ISBN: 0977250520) –McNabb, a writer and an educator, has taught at the middle school, high school, and college level, is a 2002 fellow of the Plymouth Writing Project, and was awarded the 2004 Treat Award for Excellence in the Teaching of the Humanities from the New Hampshire Humanities Council. His articles, poems, and short stories have appeared in a variety of publications nationwide. On Thin Ice contains riveting stories that illuminate the common thread between all boys growing up, dealing with family, friendships, and relationships. In the thirteen short stories and two novellas, characters come to terms with a variety of challenges from honesty to responsibility. “The reader plunges into mischievous tales of a young boy . . . you are in the scene growing up all over again.” ~Alison Charbeneau [For class sets, e-mail Brian McNabb]

Featured in Plymouth Magazine

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Remembering Gene Savage ’58

On May 14, 2012, New Hampshire lost a gifted educator, respected leader, and devoted friend. From his earliest days in education as a high school teacher, coach, and director of guidance, through his post as director of admissions at the University of New Hampshire, and later through his various administrative positions within the University System […]

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Teaming Up for Service

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