Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
Academic blog Scholastic Daily has added a “Featured Authors” section to their website to highlight some of their major contributors. Scholastic Daily utilizes editorial curators to assemble engaging academic journal submissions and articles from periodicals across the web, collecting writing from some of the brightest current authors on the subject.
The editors of Scholastic Daily select the most captivating stories from topics such as economics, history, science, and the arts. All stories are selected by a group of content editors dedicated to calling attention to the stories that will intrigue readers and offer new perspectives. The editors’ work involves searching for the most original current writers, and the editorial board has decided to draw attention to its prominent featured writers, all of whom have contributed more than one article on the site. The Scholastic Daily’s first featured author is Phineas Upham, who has contributed features on philosophy and the arts. The site also functions to expose up and coming new writers by publishing them to interested readers looking for the kind of quality content that Scholastic Daily provides.
Scholastic Daily also invites guest editors to present their researched and curated content to the site’s readers. The blog reaches out to writers who are interested in the business sector and economics research to contribute their own work to the forum and to sound off about their favorite writing on the subject.
Each month, the regular editorial staff of Scholastic Daily reviews recent academic literature and selects a new featured author for the site to highlight. The constantly rotating roster of featured contributors ensures that the forum’s curation remains fresh, interesting, and informative to both casual and serious readers. The blog remains committed to selecting writers based not on popularity, but on originality, readability, and dedication to putting forward interesting, exploratory writing.
For the cutting edge in current academic writing, visit http://www.ScholasticDaily.com
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