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Planning Your Publication Strategy: Scholarly Books

Course overview Date, venue & booking

This series of workshops looks in detail at different types of publications researchers may wish to consider. The sessions will focus on choosing between publication venues, the pros and cons on each type of publication and hints and tips on how to successfully publish with each one.

The series builds on the foundation provided in the ‘Planning your Publication Strategy: The Essentials’ session and will provide additional sections to the workbook introduced in the Essentials session.


Who is it for?

Research students and staff who would like to find out more about the publication process. 

Session Objectives:

By the end of the session you will have:

  • Considered a range of different types of scholarly books that might be options for publication. Including, monographs, trade press, textbooks, edited collections and more

  • Seen examples of book proposal forms and considered what one might contain

  • Been introduced to the idea of a literary agent and discussed where one might be useful to you

Is there anything else I need to know?

If you have attended the ‘Planning your Publication Strategy: The Essentials’ session please bring along the workbooks used in this session as you will be adding to them. 

Led by:

Yvonne Budden, Scholarly Communications Manager, Library

Date: 14th May 2015

Time: 12.30pm -2pm

Venue: Wolfson Research Exchange

Book a place

Catering provided:

Tea and coffee will be provided on arrival, please make sure you bring your own lunch.

Any questions?

Administration arrangements:

Contact Lee Berdauskas:

or ext. 73908, LDC admin support

Workshop content:

Sandy Sparks,

or ext. 74121, Learning Development Centre