What academic authors can do to build sustainable editor relationships that help them meet their publishing goals.
Last checks and confirmations to run on your documents before submitting a book proposal to an academic publisher for consideration
Dismantle Magazine’s interview with Ideas on Fire CEO Cathy Hannabach about building a feminist editing and indexing agency.
Major themes at the 2019 Editors Canada conference included diversity in editing, the importance of plain language, and sensitivity reading.
Tips on editing footnotes and endnotes, helping authors decide between them, keeping up with citation style changes, and curbing overcitation.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Dennis Norris II about the writing process, making publishing more accessible, and difference as strength.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Craig Santos Perez about Indigenous Chamoru poetry as a social justice practice and communal storytelling.
Interdisciplinary scholars often make fantastic academic editors. Here’s how you can get started building an interdisciplinary editing career.
Whether poetic, snarky, informative, or scandalous, footnotes forge complex social bonds between readers, authors, and editors.
So you’re ready to hire an academic editor or indexer. Here we explain how far in advance this happens and how to know which kind of editing you need.
Rejection is never fun. But understanding how conference and journal article rejection works lets you give your research the best chance possible.
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.