We’ve gathered some of our favorite peer review resources to help you write better reviews and use reviews you receive more productively.
Resources: peer review
How we are building intersectional feminist futures of peer review and a more just scholarly publishing ecosystem.
Addressing the peer review crisis with a more manageable process for reviewers, journal editors, and authors alike.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Christen A. Smith, Dána-Ain Davis, and Sameena Mulla about the Cite Black Women movement.
Rejection is never fun. But understanding how conference and journal article rejection works lets you give your research the best chance possible.
Here we debunk several of the stubborn myths out there about the academic peer review process and clarify the role of peer review in the publishing process.
Writing a useful peer review report requires approaching reviewing with respect and care, recognizing there is a human behind the work.
Conference abstract writing can be challenging, but here is how to distill the stakes and impact of your project in just a few words.
How to respond to reader reports: deciphering conflicting advice, figuring out which reviewer suggestions to follow, and claiming easy wins.
How to approach reviewer comments on your book or article, including reading generously and deciding which advice to follow.