One of my all-time favorite non-holidays!
USA National Punctuation Day® is TODAY! September 24, 2015
Jeff Rubin, Founder
Also, every year there is a CONTEST! YES! Sharpen your red pencils!
National Punctuation Day® 2015 contest will be announced on September 24
National Punctuation Day® will celebrate its 11th anniversary on September 24 with an homage to one of America’s greatest comedians and talk-show hosts.
As always, essays of no more than 250 words will be accepted through October 31 at Jeff@NationalPunctuationDay.com
Please check back on National Punctuation Day (NPD) — September 24 — for contest details.
I’m guessing Jon Stewart of The Daily Show, but you’ll have to visit today to find out!
PLEASE visit Jeff’s website, where he has explanations of EVERY type of punctuation WITH PHOTOS of those used in English, AND pages of info and resources, like “Punctuation Products” and “Punctuation Playtime Program”!
He also has great posters/signage of excellent punctuation mistakes, videos, radio spots, schools’ participation pix, newspaper coverage of NPD (even right here in St. Louis, MO! http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/article_1f62ba8c-ca53-5080-8fdd-db4fd0b8513f.html from 2011, but you can no longer read the article), and much more!
Most unusual tribute? Video of a Punctuation Rap Song by Dots N Dashes: https://youtu.be/4vYrws3766Q The participants make punctuation marks on the football field, as if they were a marching band. Hilarious.
Got a photo of an incorrectly punctuated sign?
E-mail it to Jeff Rubin and it will be posted on the
National Punctuation Day® web site–—with a photo credit!
Here are the most recent bad punctuation photo gallery submissions:
Jeff also does presentations and answers your punctuation questions: (510) 724-9507