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Writing a Successful Academic Book Proposal

Writing a Successful Academic Book Proposal

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February 15, 2017

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What makes for a great academic book proposal? What are publishers looking for and how can you make your proposal stand out from the crowd?

In this Ideas on Fire webinar, book editor Dr. Cathy Hannabach takes you through the elements of a compelling book proposal for scholarly presses. Focusing on interdisciplinary academic monographs and edited collections, she discusses finding the right publisher for your project, submission timelines, cover letters, and the proposal itself.

Learn how to make your proposal shine and find the right publisher for your interdisciplinary project.

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