Scholars: if you would like to be involved in the project by contributing to the website, linking your published work here or participating in a Zoom event, please get in touch. Also, we are recruiting people to write responses to our monthly Zoom events. More than summarizing or evaluating the Zoom event, we want response-writers to expand on what was presented in a rigorous and thought-provoking way. These responses are modeled on Kritik, published by the Unity for Criticism and Interpretive Theory and Criticism at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. If you are interested in writing a response, please send an email to Cassandra.email@example.com You can request to write about a particular book event or offer to fill a spot as needed.
Professors and Teachers: if you want students discussing their readings with other readers internationally, we would welcome their contributions to the Goodreads.com group. They can also write reviews of books covered in the project and publish these on Goodreads or record video reviews for YouTube. Here are some reasons to consider asking students to write reviews and discussions “authentic audience” in lieu of single-reader written assignments. New York Times: “Writing for an Audience Beyond the Teacher: 10 Reasons to Send Student Work Out Into the World.”