Graduate school glorifies solitary labor, but scholarly writing has always been collaborative.
You risk betraying your discipline and academic freedom by refusing to cite the scholarship of sexual harassers and other problematic academics.
This is how to bridge the wide communication gap between you and your book publisher.
Yes, you know how to read. But do you know how to read scholarship effectively?
An author platform means you are seeking the right readers for your work and putting yourself forward as an authority.
Naomi Schneider, an executive editor at the University of California Press, talks shop about publishing.
Dealing with manuscript reviewers is, by far, the least rewarding and most difficult part of my job.
You can’t dictate who will write about you or what they will say, but you can influence both.
A new essay collection on "what editors do" is an essential read for anyone who hopes to get published.
It helps to choose the right scholarly meeting, and to swallow your discomfort with schmoozing.
Time for the MLA and other scholarly societies to confront the open-access elephant in the room.
It’s clearly not open to all if scholars are required to pay to publish their results.