Michigan Reading Journal (Screenshot of Homepage)The Michigan Reading Journal is the peer-reviewed journal of the Michigan Reading Association, which is composed of and serves classroom teachers, literacy specialists, instructional coaches, educational leaders, teacher educators, and university faculty.

The journal publishes on diverse topics related to literacy, including: reading, writing, speaking, listening, visual literacy, digital literacy, adolescent literacy, assessment, intervention, family and adult literacy, literature for children and young adults, and professional development and teacher education in literacy.

In 2020, the MRA Board voted to move MRJ to an open-access model, in conjunction with Grand Valley State University Libraries. GVSU Libraries staff are working to digitize the entire archive of the journal, and all can be found on the journal’s home page.

We welcome manuscripts from educators on literacy-related topics and in various formats. For more information, please see our current Call for Proposals.