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Creating, managing, and editing multi-authored publications, a guide for scholars, Cally Guerin, Claire Aitchison and Susan Carter

This compact book is designed to guide new scholarly (co)editors through the complex journey of editing. It provides considered and detailed advice on the less well-known scholarly practices and the processes, challenges and rewards of this work, throughout the process from start to finish, with a focus on ensuring successful outcomes
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the authors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- What is scholarly editing and how is it different from copyediting, authoring and reviewing? -- Editing as academic work -- Who we are -- Future gazing -- How to use this book -- 1. The people -- 1.1. Managing yourself and your career -- 1.2. Working with editorial teams -- 1.3. Working with publishers -- 1.4. Working with authors -- 1.5. Working with reviewers -- 1.6. Working with readers -- 2. The job -- 2.1. Early ideation -- 2.2. Moving to action -- 2.3. Managing the manuscript -- 2.4. Managing peer review -- 2.5. Managing the final stages to submission -- 2.6. After the final manuscript is submitted -- 3. The genres -- 3.1. Editing a collection of papers for a book -- 3.2. Being a guest editor for a special issue of a scholarly journal -- 3.3. Editing roles in non-traditional outlets (e.g., blogging) -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
First edition.
Physical Description
1 online resource (215 pages)
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Form Of Item

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