ISU College of Arts and Letters to host book publishing seminar with Utah State University Press

POCATELLO—The College of Arts and Letters at Idaho State University will host a book publishing seminar titled “How to Publish with a University Press: Everything You Need to Know from Draft to Contract” with Utah State University Press on Feb. 23 from 3 to 5 p.m. in Rendezvous Suite B.

Rachael Levay, USU Press acquisitions editor, and Kylie Haggen, USU Press assistant editor, will lead the workshop.

The two-hour workshop will address the following topics: revising a dissertation, academic book proposals, the peer review process, securing permissions, contracts, production timelines and marketing.

Levay and Haggen also invite participants to schedule one-on-one meetings to discuss questions related to specific projects and proposals.

The event is free and will be relevant to faculty, graduate students and members of the public interested in learning more about the university press publishing process. For more information, contact Jessica Winston at winsjess.


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