In this straightforward and sometimes hard-hitting guide, prolific author Stanley Porter shares the tools necessary for scholars seeking advancement in the world of academic publishing. From his years of experience as an editor, author, and active scholar in his own guild, Porter presents industry insights and practical suggestions for both seasoned scholars and newly minted Ph.D.s who have yet to develop an academic publishing profile. Written primarily for scholars in the arts and humanities, Porter's advice will help readers gain a valuable understanding of the publishing process and a new confidence with which to pursue academic success.
|Publisher:||Baylor University Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Stanley E. Porter is President and Dean of McMaster Divinity College, Ontario, where he is also Professor of New Testament. He has authored eleven books, edited forty-five books, and published 160 journal articles or book chapters. He is also a regular columnist for Christian Week. He lives in Ancaster, Canada.
Table of Contents
1. Types of Publications
2. Basic Principles of a Publishable Manuscript
3. Always Writing for Publication
4. Pick Your Poison: Selection of a Publisher
5. Presentation Is Almost Everything
6. Handling RejectionIt Will Come
7. Handling AcceptanceIt Too Will Come
8. Will I Run Out of Publishable Ideas?
9. Living a Publishing Lifestyle
10. Learning the Trade with Others
11. Final Words of Encouragement