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.
Thoughtfully written alt text is essential to making your academic book or article more accessible to visually impaired audiences.
Former Cambridge University Press acquisitions and desk editor and Flatpage team member Maartje has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly in book proposals. In this post, she shares her tips and insights about what to think about when preparing to contact a publisher.
Working with an SME developmental editor, copyeditor, or dissertation editor can improve your writing and publication record, but there are downsides as well.
Writing alone in the room, without a committee’s voices rattling around in the head, I’ve found the second book has felt much more like it is for me.
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.
In this interview, Julia Klein discusses the history of Soberscove Press, the intersection of art and publishing, and her advice for artists and academics hoping to publish more.