We’ve gathered some of our favorite peer review resources to help you write better reviews and use reviews you receive more productively.
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.
Addressing the peer review crisis with a more manageable process for reviewers, journal editors, and authors alike.
Successful journal article publishing requires a plan that can adapt to changing circumstances and needs. Here’s how to create one.
How faculty journal editors can create a journal style guide that embodies the politics, ethics, and vision of their journal.
How to glean useable material from your unfinished summer writing projects and turn that material into publishable work.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Dena’ina musician-scholar Jessica Bissett Perea about transforming the academic publishing pipeline by centering Indigenous worldviews.
How an interdisciplinary index helps an author meet their goals, reach diverse audiences, and change the world for the better.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Christen A. Smith, Dána-Ain Davis, and Sameena Mulla about the Cite Black Women movement.
How scholars can use acknowledgments pages to build community, recognize intellectual and affective labor, and strengthen genealogies.
Cathy Hannabach interviews La Marr Bruce about how loss shapes academic research and the role of madness in Black creative expression.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Chicanx media studies scholar Dolores Inés Casillas about parenting, flexible planning, and bullet journaling during the pandemic.
Key elements of a successful virtual book launch that let you reach diverse audiences, harness your resources, and adapt as needed.
How writing commitments (instead of writing plans or goals) can help you write amidst uncertainty and change.
How to rediscover your writing voice after losing confidence, including soliciting constructive feedback and reclaiming your agency.
Techniques for writing with confidence at the sentence level, including how to inhabit a confident voice no matter the genre.
What academic authors can do to build sustainable editor relationships that help them meet their publishing goals.