Every year, ACES hosts our National Grammar Day poetry contest. Meet the 2022 winners.
A former National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku Contest winner shows he's just as comfortable with a new form
Annual March 4 (that's 'march fourth') contest takes on a new poetic form thanks to 280 characters
Colleen Sharkey's Ohio-based friend convinced her to tweet her award-winning haiku in the ACES and Grammar Girl National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku Contest.
Tom Freeman won the 2016 ACES National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku Contest after being a regular contributor to past haiku contests.
A quick style guide for common editing and writing blunders involving daylight saving time.
Adriana Cloud's 17-syllable haiku about comma splices won ACES's National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku Contest.
ACES began its National Grammar Day haiku competition in 2011 and continued to seek 17-syllable grammatical entries for its newest contest.
National Grammar Day Haiku Contest judges selected winner Gretchen McCulloch's doge-inspired entry.
ACES members receive a discount on the new AP Stylebook individual online memberships.