Last checks and confirmations to run on your documents before submitting a book proposal to an academic publisher for consideration
Book Marketing Resources
Why the publisher of your first book might not necessarily be the best fit for your second book and how to find the press that is.
How to write a great author bio or speaker bio that introduces you to specific audiences and brings in professional opportunities.
How to write a book review that works for your own research and goals, as well as why scholars should write them to build intellectual community.
How to manage social media for academics wanting to build their careers, publish scholarship, foster community, and improve their research.
An academic book tour is a fantastic way to publicize your new scholarly book. Here’s how to do a tour that fits your time, resources, and goals.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Lynn Comella about the feminist sex toy revolution and how scholars can up their public engagement game.
Academic book publishing offers an array of press options. Here’s how to identify the publisher that can best help your academic book reach your goals.
Learn the step-by-step process for revising and turning your dissertation into a book–one that people will actually buy and read.
Learn how public scholars, academics, artists, activists, and cultural producers can use podcasting for public intellectualism.
The ins and outs of productively working with an editor on your academic book: when to hire, which kind of editing you need, and how to best collaborate.
What makes for a great academic book proposal? Learn what publishers looking for and how to make your proposal stand out from the crowd.