It’s hard when you first start out writing papers for journals. There are lots of decisions to make – Which journal? What topic will the editors be interested in? What style should the paper adopt? What will reviewers do?
In their book on academic writing in the English language, Teresa Lillis and Mary Jane Curry suggest that it’s helpful for people who are unsure of the answers to these questions to seek out literacy brokers.
Cabell's will be attending the 2014 Charleston Conference from Nov. 4–8. On Nov. 8, we will be giving a Charleston Premier Presentation about the advancements in journal quality metrics at the Carolina Ballroom in the Francis Marion Hotel. Check out the schedule here.