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Jul 03, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Generally, you can expect to receive one of three responses: Your article is accepted for publication, revise and resubmit, or your article has not been accepted.
Jun 26, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Preparing a journal article from your dissertation involves more than cutting and pasting. Learn how to repurpose your research for your target journal.
Jun 19, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Pick a journal based on fit with your research, reputation in your discipline, acceptance rate, backlog for publication, citation ranking, and databases that index the journal.
Jun 12, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Use the "bullet points" method to identify issues, topics, or findings in your dissertation. Each bullet should be a phrase that captures one aspect of your work.
Jun 05, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Publishers evaluate manuscripts by sending them off to established scholars for peer review. What do peer reviewers look for?
May 29, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
A book proposal is your formal introduction to the editor and your shot at getting published with this press. This blog outlines the requirements of a proposal.
May 22, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
This blog provides tips on whether to send a book proposal without a prepared manuscript and how to identify possible publishers.
May 15, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
There are essential differences between a dissertation and a book. They are written for different audiences, serve different purposes, and have different structures.
May 08, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Be honest in your evaluation of your research to determine if it has the potential to become a book.
May 01, 2012 Amy Kiste Nyberg
Your first task is to decide whether you want to turn your dissertation into a book or break it up into scholarly articles.
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