The TEAPing Point

Explorations in EAP


SK Web 3

EAP Programme Director | Senior Teaching Fellow | Ed.D Student

This is a space to think…

…Now and then.


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  1. Jessie
    20 June 2014

    Hi Steve,

    I’ve been reading your blog, which I found via your Twitter profile. I’ve very much enjoyed reading it and I wanted to get in touch. I hope you don’t mind me contacting you.

    I work for Garnet Education, an ELT publisher in Reading that specialises in EAP. We would like to invite you to write a guest post for our blog (which you can see here: To date, a lot of the posts have been very product-focused, which is something I’d like to step back from. Our audience is primarily UK-based EAP teachers, so I feel they would really enjoy your writing. If this is something you would like to pursue, the topic of the post would be up to you. I’d be happy to discuss ideas. Posts are shared via our social media and newsletter.

    We’re also on the look-out for book reviewers. I didn’t spot any book reviews on your blog, but if you would be interested in posting a review on your blog of any of our books, have a browse of our website and let me know if anything takes your fancy.

    I realise you’ve probably got a lot on your plate though (including your own blog!), so don’t worry about saying no!

    Best wishes,

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