Hello newsletter reader! I’m glad you’re here. If you haven’t written your first book yet, you may have never encountered an actual book proposal in your life. (Once you publish a scholarly book, you‘ll start getting asked by presses to peer review other people’s proposals, in w…
N. asks: I’m in a situation where my dream university press wants to see a revised book manuscript in short order on the basis of a diss abstract and a…
Happy Saturday, Manuscript Workers. Just popping in with two brief announcements. First, the next cycle of Princeton University Press’s Book Proposal D…
And how to avoid it!
The two phases of publication that occur after the author has finished writing the final draft of the manuscript are production and promotion. A couple…
Hello Manuscript Workers! It’s kind of a big week over here — yesterday was the official release date of The Book Proposal Book: A Guide for Scholarly …
Hi Manuscript Workers, Just in case you didn’t know, the official release date of The Book Proposal Book: A Guide for Scholarly Authors is NEXT WEEK! T…
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