Authority and confidence in scholarly writing are closely connected. The more confident you sound, the more authoritative your argument will sound, too. But what if you have a clear, compelling argument and solid contributions to your field but are still told your...
What academic authors can do to build sustainable editor relationships that help them meet their publishing goals.
How to build a project management system that fits your real, messy, and embodied life—including how to stop doing what isn’t working.
Cathy Hannabach interviews cultural critic and professor Koritha Mitchell about the history of Black women’s citizenship and achievement.
Last checks and confirmations to run on your documents before submitting a book proposal to an academic publisher for consideration
Strategies for writing during the pandemic that foreground radical self-compassion, creativity, and resourcefulness in the face of change.
Best coauthoring and collaborative writing practices, including finding partners, setting and reaching goals, and anticipating and navigating challenges.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Emma Pérez and Juana María Rodríguez about writing partnerships during a pandemic and queer sociality.
How to set up virtual writing accountability systems that give you the social support, inspiration, and accountability to finish your writing projects.
How to set up a publishing pipeline and productive procrastination plan to reach your professional goals over the long term.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Christopher B. Patterson about the writing process, name politics, and refusal as activism.
From choosing a meeting frequency to figuring what kind of feedback members would benefit most from, here’s what to consider when starting a writing group.