Submit and Share Your Expertise! 

Volume 58 No. 2 SPRING/SUMMER 2021 Journal  Submit a manuscript for the WSRA SPRING/SUMMER 2021 Journal.  Journal articles are peer reviewed. Click HERE for the guidelines. Dr. Amy Frederick is the WSRA Journal editor. Her email is [email protected] 


We invite you to SUBMIT a session proposal
for WSRA February 2022

The Art of Literacy:
Weaving Tapestries of Heart, Body, and Soul

Thursday, February 3, 2022
Speaking from the heart
Creating from the heart

Friday, February 4, 2022
Body of Literacy

Saturday, February 5, 2022
Social emotional health, understanding differences, and social justice

Details about the 2022 presenters are coming soon!

Be a part of the action. Session proposals for WSRA's 2022 Conference will be accepted February 1 to June 14, 2021.

Dr. Gayle Luebke, 2022 Conference Chair and the Conference Program Committee will be in touch in the summer of 2021 regarding accepted proposals. 


  • Submit a nomination for a WSRA Award. 

    NOTE: The 65th anniversary gala and awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, February 3, 2022. 

  • Student scholarships are included in the awards link above. The student participant must select a council member or instructor who is familiar with the student and his/her interest in promoting a statement of support, which he or she will write and attach in the online form. 
  • Please see the list below for student scholarships. 
  • Provide a statement of your interest in reading and/or reading education. What is your rational/need for applying for this scholarship? What do you hope to gain from attending this conference? How will you share a portion of the knowledge you gained at the conference with others? Optional, but recommended: What evidence can you provide of your prior involvement in reading-related activities or events (attach documentation) that demonstrates your interest in reading and reading education?
  • Before getting started with the online form, you will want to have a letter of nomination (to attach) from a local reading council member, a zone Coordinator, and/or university ELA instructor documenting your involvement or commitment to literacy education.
  • The student scholarship due date is November 1, 2020. There is a possibility of up to five undergraduate and up to five graduate scholarships granted for each conference. 
  • Click here to see the guidelines for the new Digital Literacies Award of Distinction.