Getting There from Here in a Timely and Effective Manner
Editorial, Volume 8, Part 3
Keywords:editorial, good practice, academic writing, call for publications, podcasting, editorial processes
In this editorial for the latest issue of the journal, the Editor-in-Chief offers some advice to first time authors approaching publication for the first time. In particular, he stresses the need to consider your audience, engage with editors ahead of submission, the facility of critical academic friends and steps to dealing with peer-review in a timely and non-emotive manner. The article continues with a correction and then an overview of the articles contained within the main body of the journal. Following a reminder of the various formats in which authors can contribute work for consideration in future issues. Finally, the editorial closes with a look forward to future regular and special issues, alongside highlighting the various ways readers and potential authors can engage with the journal's wider activities.
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