The features and challenges of academic writing by librarians are often overlooked but echo those of academic writing more generally.
Tips for emerging scholars on how to read and respond to peer reviewer feedback at academic journals.
Not all academic authors like to have their work edited. This post provides some tips and strategies for writers who are thrown into the editorial process against their will.
Unlock the secrets of effective essay structure in the humanities with our comprehensive guide, designed to improve your grades and pave the way for future publication.
Where to find academic developmental editors, what skills to look for, and how to know if you’re a fit.
Implementing Chicago style in nonfiction writing can greatly enhance the quality and professionalism of your work. In this blog post, we’ll provide valuable tips to help you navigate its nuances effectively.
Our tips for authors who want to index their own book, from what to include to using indexing software.
While university presses have long been seen as the gold standard for academic publishing, in recent years, a growing number of for-profit publishers and small presses have entered the market, offering authors new options for getting their work in front of readers.