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Academic publishing resources

Find the right publisher, craft a successful academic book proposal, increase your public scholarship, market your book, and share your research with the world

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Turning Your Dissertation into a Book

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Crafting a Successful Academic Book Proposal

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Revising Seminar Papers into Publications

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Writing for Non-Academic Audiences

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How to Get Re-Inspired by an Old Project

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Articles

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Academic Book Publishing: Choosing a Press

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Planning Your Academic Book Tour

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Open Access Publishing and Public Scholarship

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Responding to Reader Reports: The Big Picture

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Responding to Reader Reports: The Nitty-Gritty

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How to Write Public Scholarship

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Understanding Conference and Journal Article Rejection

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How to Write a Great Speaker or Author Bio

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How to Build a Feminist Fashion Studies Magazine

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Academic Book Marketing: Audience and Author Platform

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Academic Book Marketing: Your Social Media Plan

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5 Things Professional Book Indexers Wish Authors Knew

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How to Write a Peer Review Report (without Being a Jerk)

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Myths and Misconceptions about Academic Peer Review

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Why and How to Write a Book Review

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When to Hire an Academic Editor and Indexer

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Collaborative Research for Junior Faculty: Finding Collaborators

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Collaborative Research for Junior Faculty: Finding Projects

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Podcast episodes

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Craig Santos Perez on Founding a Press to Tell Pacific Stories

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Jenn M. Jackson on Publishing Public Scholarship in Teen Vogue, Ebony, and Bitch Magazine

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Vince Schleitwiler on New Directions in Public Humanities Publishing

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Yaba Blay on Self-Publishing in Black Studies

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Imani Perry on Publishing Multiple Books at a Time

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Nia King on Traditional versus Self-Publishing for Queer and Trans Artists of Color

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Jian Neo Chen on Journal Publishing in Transgender Studies

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Macarena Gómez-Barris on Editing Interdisciplinary, Multilingual, Transnational Book Series

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Shaka McGlotten on Creativity and the Scholarly Voice in Publishing

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Lynn Comella on Finding a Publisher that Supports Your Vision

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Francesca T. Royster on Publishing the Books You Want to Read

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Sara Bernstein on the Freedom of Public Scholarship and Publishing

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Jessie Daniels and Polly Thistlethwaite on Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Era

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Mimi Khúc and Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis on Multimedia Publishing in Asian American Studies

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Dennis Norris II on Editing and Publishing in Literary Journals

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