Re: How Do Publishers 'Really' Decide Whether to Publish Your Book Manuscript?

As one of the list moderators, I regret that you encountered snags while trying to register for this interview event. I myself just registered, using my research project name, and giving my "university" as "Independent Scholar." I hope you'll find that an approach like this will work for you. The registration page does mention that a recording will be available afterwards in case you are unable to register.
Barbara Williams Ellertson

Invitation: How Do Publishers 'Really' Decide Whether to Publish Your Book Manuscript?

Dear H-Judaic Readers,

I want to invite you to join us for the first interview of Academic Language Experts' ‘Publication Success Interview Series’, where we will discuss how publishers really decide whether to publish your manuscript.

mentoring scholars' first books! CFP: The Wallace Johnson First Book Mentorship Program [fwd Mediev-L]

Note --  I'm forwarding this from Mediev-L.  Although the subject area for proposals is limited to first books on  law and legal culture of the early middle ages, I hope the program's structure of the mentorship support will be broadly imitated across all of the humanities and social sciences.  The workshop idea sounds terrific!

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