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I have posted an article to the H-Scholar Network space by Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn entitled "How to Give a Conference Paper" with their permission.
The article originally appeared in the SFRA Review, but the co-authors have recently updated it. There are thus two separate documents: the original paper and the 2015 update.
Here is an excerpt from the original: