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By Wendy Laura Belcher

"This e-book is an excellent addition to a graduate direction on expert writing, to a writers' staff short of a few constitution, or perhaps to the lone author who wishes suggestions changing into an educational writer."
Chronicle of upper Education

Wendy Laura Belcher’s Writing Your magazine Article in Twelve Weeks: A advisor to educational Publishing luck is a innovative method of permitting educational authors to beat their anxieties and convey the guides which are necessary to succeeding of their fields. each one week, readers research a selected function of robust articles and paintings on revising theirs for this reason. on the finish of twelve weeks, they ship their article to a magazine. This worthy source is the single advisor that focuses particularly on publishing humanities and social technology magazine articles.

Key Features

  • Has a confirmed checklist of assisting graduate scholars and professors get published: This workbook, built over a decade of educating scholarly writers in more than a few disciplines at UCLA and worldwide, has already helped hundreds of thousands to submit their articles in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Demystifies the educational publishing method: This workbook relies on genuine examine approximately college productiveness and peer assessment, scholars’ writing triumphs and screw ups, in addition to the author’s studies as a magazine editor and award-winning writer.
  • Proceeds step through potential step: Within the context of transparent time cut-off dates, the workbook presents the guide, workouts, and constitution had to revise a school room essay, convention paper, dissertation bankruptcy, master’s thesis, or unfinished draft right into a magazine article and ship it to an appropriate magazine.
  • Targets the largest writing demanding situations: This workbook focuses squarely at the such a lot tricky initiatives dealing with scholarly writers, corresponding to getting stimulated, making a controversy, and making a logical complete.

Writing Your magazine Article in Twelve Weeks can be utilized separately or in teams, and is especially applicable for graduate scholar specialist improvement classes, junior school orientation workshops, post-doc teams, and magazine article writing classes.

Wendy Laura Belcher is assistant professor of African literature at Princeton college within the division of Comparative Literature and middle for African American reviews. She has taught magazine article writing workshops in North the US, Europe, and Africa.

Praise for Wendy Belcher and Writing Your magazine Article in Twelve Weeks

"A accomplished, well-written and wonderfully equipped publication on publishing articles within the humanities and social sciences that would aid its readers write ahead with a chief consultant nearly as good company."
―Joan Bolker, writer of Writing Your Dissertation in Fifteen mins a Day

“Humorous, direct, real … a continuing weave of expertise, anecdote, and research.”
―Kathleen McHugh, professor and director of the UCLA middle for the research of Women

“A invaluable textual content that may be a good source for any author trying to submit their work.”
―Larry Chandler, Graduate Student

“Wendy Belcher's publication is revolutionizing the way in which more youthful students understand educational publishing and considerably reworking their point of entry to it (and as a result to the profession). it really is by way of a ways the main readable or useful advisor to educational writing at the market.”
―Beth Goodhue, UCLA

“Wendy's counsel has been a big aid to me, and the ebook is superb for grad scholars, junior college, or an individual who desires to tips on how to write and submit extra effectively.”
-Jake Dorman, The collage of Kansas

“Your e-book struck any such nerve simply because there's a lengthy chain of assumptions in academia that students should still simply understand how to do definite issues. the comfort between college is palpable while I clarify in teams that few people -- even those that were released in journals -- have been ever taught thoroughly. And even though it is helping every body who cracks it, your booklet is mainly a godsend for college from different cultures.” -Carole Sargent, Georgetown University

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I doubt that in the publishing world, all journals are created equal. I think it goes without saying that if a journal is published with the same paper, format, or tone as the National Enquirer as opposed to in a more permanent (and more respectable, in some readers’ opinions) bound form, we can safely assume that they are held up to different standards. That said, I guess the question is: How does one choose a journal to submit to? Or, alternatively, how does a journal choose you? Bonny: On the question of the National Enquirer, you’d be interested to know that the research I’ve been doing with Archie comics is considered by some scholars as not “real” research because comics are deemed educationally undesirable.

Kari Hanet, Trans,). Screen, 20(1), 13–33. W. (1963). Maximen and reflexionen. München, Germany: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag. , & Burnaby, B. (1996). English for garment workers: A feminist project? Gender and Education, 8(1), 5–19. E. (1994).

All of these contributions reflect a scholar’s interest in and commitment to a field. Ena: Interesting—I never thought about publishing in this way. I always had this vision that because I’m a graduate student, I would need to prove myself through groundbreaking research, and it’s this pressure to produce seminal work that has made me so nervous about publication. I must admit, I’m very relieved to hear that this isn’t the case. Bonny: But Ena, I expect you to produce seminal work!! 28 Demystifying Publishing PHD THESIS TO BOOK Ena: Umm…let’s just start with that “publishable term paper” and work from there, okay?!

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