Publishing

How publishers can help academic authors avoid early career burnout
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Whilst many publishers and scholarly institutions do a great job of helping academic authors with technical blockers such as how to navigate the publishing process, how to select a journal, write to format or explain peer review – they rarely focus on the psychological blockers that PhDs and early career academics in particular find hardest to deal with.  [click to continue…]

How publishers can attract superstar scholarly writers
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Highly-cited academic authors at the top of their game might seem unreachable for some publishers and scholarly societies. However, research reveals that understanding the motivations of these superstar scholars and leveraging their desire to write long-form and be seen as ‘thought leaders’ might better equip more publishers to attract their talents. [click to continue…]

Publish or perish: the barriers facing early career academic writers
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Out of the many thousands of writers we’ve worked with, one group is under more pressure to write than others: early career researchers. We took a deep dive into the experience of academic writers at the start of their writing career to investigate the barriers they face and what keeps them going. [click to continue…]