Tag: Academic Writing
All you need to know about the style resources used by copyeditors when working on your manuscript.
Finding the right journal to publish your article takes an understanding of the ecosystem of your field. In this blog post, a former journal editor tells you how to find your ideal audience and craft a submission that gets accepted.
A guide to the ethical considerations and types of editing available for graduate students considering hiring a dissertation editor.
What does it mean to give good feedback, and what distinguishes the feedback of a professor and a colleague from a developmental editor?
Here are three of the biggest changes in scholarly publishing that university presses have seen since the pandemic began, followed by top suggestions from editors for authors navigating these changes.
Is it always a good idea to translate quotations or other texts from academic sources yourself? When does it highlight your foreign language skills and when does it lead you into dangerous waters?
How can you make the best use of your limited time and energy to ensure that your book will make it past an acquisition editor’s email inbox?