AI and Scholarly Publishing


the Scholarly Kitchen blog has a discussion by three experts on the effects of AI software programs on scholarly publishing.

"Guest Post – AI and Scholarly Publishing: A View from Three Expertsm" Anita de Waard, Jan 18, 2023.  At the end of the post there is a list of relevant AI programs such as Writefull that may be of interest

CFP: Inhuman Voices: Writing and the Non-Human | ACLA Seminar, Chicago (31.10.2022)

Time and again, literature has reflected on its non-human origins in scenes of writing and invocation. In “Autobiography as De-facement,” de Man conceptualizes prosopopeia as the mechanism in which the effect of a living, human voice is created through a rhetorical operation between and within inanimate agents (de Man 1979: 926).

Ditch the Negativity and Transform Your Relationship With Writing

Ready to transform your relationship with writing into one that is positive and supportive?

During her first year as an assistant professor, Jane Jones, developmental editor, academic book coach, and founder of Up In Consulting, found it challenging to navigate her tenure-track responsibilities. She ultimately decided to leave this career path to become a writing coach and developmental editor. Jane decided to make it her mission to help other scholars achieve access to proper support, feedback, and mentorship and, ultimately, restore their faith in their work.

Navigating the Changing Landscape of Scholarly Book Publishing in Literary and Cultural Studies, Part 3

This post was developed from a virtual panel conversation that took place at the Modern Language Association 2022 meeting in January, organized by the MLA Publications Committee.

Book Review: William Germano's "On Revision: The Only Writing That Counts"

Book review by Jenny Tan, associate editor, University of Pennsylvania Press

William Germano, On Revision: The Only Writing That Counts (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2021).

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