Since I first became a published author of English Language Teaching materials fifty years ago in 1971, I have contributed in all to more than thirty ELT publications. There are images of some of them below.
I’ve had many writing partners during these fifty years, some of whom weren’t even born when I was first published. I wouldn’t have been able to publish so much material without the help of the following co-workers: Alice Savage, Ana Acevedo, Carol Lethaby, my wife Dede, Deirdre Howard-Williams, Geraldine Sweeney, Hazel Imbert, James Taylor, Jane Revell, Jeremy Harmer, Judy Garton-Sprenger, Leanne Gray, Marta Rosinska, Mary Tomalin, Mary Underwood, Pat Lane, Printha Ellis, Simon Greenall, Terry Tomscha, and, last but by no means least, Thomas Healy.
I also want to acknowledge the wonderful work done by generations of editors and other production people, dating back to the first people who had to put up with me, back in 1971, when we produced Mister Monday, the first-ever album of English teaching songs.
Plus all the people out on the road who worked their socks off to present the material to teachers.