Part 3: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide

Although the last two (2) posts mentioned things pertaining to reviewers and editing, they primarily dealt with the writing process. Here I will focus more explicitly on the peer review and editing process. Let’s get started. The publication process model presented by Anita Ezzo consisted of nine (9) phases: Manuscript submission Acknowledgment of receipt Peer […] → Continue Reading Part 3: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide

Part 2: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide

In the previous post I highlighted things one can do to prepare for and begin writing a manuscript for a publication. In this I will give a few more tips on writing and then go into a discuss about working with reviewers and editors. Issues journal reviewers and editors run into include inappropriate citations and […] → Continue Reading Part 2: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide

Part 1: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide

Publishing papers in different venues (book, magazine, journal, etc) is something many of us dream about. Where as some people can do it voluntarily, those in academia are typically required to do it. Unfortunately, the art of writing for publications does not come naturally to everyone. Fortunately, everyone can learn. It was with this mind […] → Continue Reading Part 1: A Perspective Publisher’s Kick Start Guide