Ideas on Fire is proud to be sponsoring the 2023 ACES Society for Editing virtual conference for developmental editors, copyeditors, and more!
News and events
How we are building intersectional feminist futures of peer review and a more just scholarly publishing ecosystem.
Cathy Hannabach’s keynote address on how building critical generosity into editorial practice is a key way we build the worlds we want to inhabit.
Join us for a panel discussion about editing agencies, including best practices for working with agencies and what it’s like to run your own.
Awesome books in August from Ideas on Fire authors perfect for a beach read, fall syllabus planning, or research inspiration.
Enrollment is now open for our newest academic editing course: Writing a Great Editorial Letter or Report
Imagine Otherwise host Cathy Hannabach will be leading a workshop for the Palah 파랗 Light Lab on how to start an academic podcast.
Cathy Hannabach’s workshop on how academic editors can use AI and automation to in editorial project management.
Join Dr. Cathy Hannabach, founder of Ideas on Fire, for a workshop on how to plan a successful job search for careers beyond the academy.
Congrats to our clients who published books this year! We loved working on these interdisciplinary books in queer studies, Black studies, media studies, and more.
How to write a successful first book proposal that takes into account the changing world authors, publishing staff, and global partners inhabit.
Publishing your book during a global pandemic requires a lot more flexibility, self-compassion, and willingness to experiment.
A BIG thank you to the staff at universities, activist organizations, publishers, research institutes, and professional associations.
We’re leading an upcoming Zoom workshop on how scholars can edit their own work as well as the work of their colleagues.
Cathy Hannabach’s workshop on podcasting’s potential to transform not only higher education but how we share and engage ideas more broadly.
A giant thank you to all the university, publishing, and association staff who have made our 2020 work with clients possible.
Our 2020 Year in Review celebrating the amazing Ideas on Fire community whose brilliance and creativity never cease to inspire us.
We want to say a giant THANK YOU to all the amazing staff whose expertise with contracts, vendor registration, logistics, and scheduling make the work we do with author clients possible. Thank you to all the university department coordinators, financial and...
Public engagement is the new normal in scholarship, as scholars are learning that the best scholarship is embedded in and responsive to the communities it addresses.
I am excited to announce that the much-anticipated, revamped version of Ideas on Fire's popular course Introduction to Professional Academic Editing is now live! Since its creation in 2017, hundreds of students have worked their way through this course and used its...
A celebration of our 2019 projects, including client books and articles editing/indexed, new team members, podcast episodes, and more.