We have created a series of 24 blog posts covering every aspect of journals publishing at Duke University Press. We hope that you find it as entertaining and informative as we did in crafting it! You can browse the series here or by using the “Journals Publishing Series” tag.
The posts are as follows:
Putting Together a Press: The People and Processes Behind a Journal
- With a Fine Tooth Comb: The Role of a Managing Editor with Stacy Lavin
- A Class in Coordination: Producing a Journal with the Production Team
- A Conversation with our Award-Winning Journal Designers
- Helping You Build an Audience: Journals Marketing at Duke University Press
- Getting Content to the World: Sales and Customer Relations
From the editor’s desk: tips and reflections from our academic editors
- How does one become a journal editor? (1 of 5)
- What skills does a journal editor use the most? (2 of 5)
- What has been your proudest moment as an editor? (3 of 5)
- What are the key responsibilities of a journal editor? (4 of 5)
- How does being a journal editor fit into one’s academic career? (5 of 5)
Thoughts on how to publish an academic journal
- Tips from Managing Editors on How to Get your Academic Article Published
- Making Your Mark: How to Start a New Journal
- Self-Publishing: Things to Consider
- Who is the Best Publisher for My Journal?
- Partnering with Societies: An Interview with Journals Director Rob Dilworth
Math publishing and publishing technologies at Duke University Press
- Publishing in a Discipline: All About Math Journals with Senior Managing Editor Ray Lambert
- Libraries and Publishers Working Together: An Interview with Project Euclid Co-Director Mira Waller
- Print, Digital, and Process: Duke University Press Publishing Technologies with Allison Belan
Publishing with Duke University Press
- Open Access Efforts at the Press
- Infographic: 10 Elements of a Good Journal Proposal
- What Makes a Duke Journal: Evaluating Journals for Partnership
- What Makes Duke University Press Special?
- Video: Journal Publishing at Duke University Press
Think we left anything out? Is there a topic you’re itching to know more about? Leave us a comment!