Episode 1: This is an Intervention. Even if you’re (sort of) making your deadlines, your work schedule might be out of balance.
A new assistant professor recalls his mentor in mulling how to choose his own graduate students.
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.
Too many academic writers come to believe the lie they tell themselves — that their work is not good enough.
The goal of a good intro is to orient the audience and offer a confident sense of what’s to come.
The benefits of graduate students’ mentoring undergraduates in the lab flow in both directions.
A new organization is helping researchers explain their work and why it matters.
"There’s deep pleasure in working on your chops, and deep reward in being part of a community of inquiry with students who are working on theirs."
How relentless administrative turnover makes it hard for me to do my job as a faculty member.
No, doing a little outlining or editing during your "writing time" does not count as writing.
The mother of lesbian history says, "For me, my writing has been my activism."
How to write a grant proposal that has the best chance of getting approved.