Please join us for the University of Illinois Press Publishing Symposium panel "Getting it Published" on November 12 at 5:10pm CT.
You have completed your dissertation, drafted your article, or prepared your book proposal. How do you identify the right publisher and venue for your work? What is the best way to approach an editor? What questions should you ask, and what questions should you be prepared to answer? Three experienced editors share their top tips for authors, with special focus on how to pitch your project and connect with an editor in a virtual environment.
Register here: http://bit.ly/GettingitPublished
Debbie Gershenowitz is a senior acquisitions editor at the University of North Carolina Press. Her subject areas are African American history; the history of slavery, abolition, and freedom; histories of gender, women, and sexualities; histories of U.S. foreign relations and America and the World; military history; Latinx history; and legal history.
Emily Taber is an acquisitions editor at the MIT Press. Her subject areas are economics, finance, and business.
Daniel Nasset is editor-in-chief at the University of Illinois Press. His areas of acquisition are communication, film and media, sports, and Chicago.
Chair: Laurie Matheson is the director of the University of Illinois Press and acquires books in music and folklore.
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