Librarian-Author: A Practical Guide on How to Get Published
Is your article or book publishable? To whom should you submit it? What are your payment and contractual rights? Experts like Kathleen de la Pena McCook, Richard Johnson, Patricia Schuman, Celeste West, and Art Plotnik cover everything librarians considering publication need to know.
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The Journal Article
From Book Idea to the Contract
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Abstract Required Acceptance and Publication Acceptance/Rejection Notice advance against royalties American Library Association Author should send Average Length bibliography Bowker Canadian Library Association Chicago Manual children's literature clause Contact person contract Copies Needed Copyright Holder Copyright Policies Author Dalhousie University Description Intended Audience develop double-spaced Early Reprint Option editing editor Editorial Description Intended Estimated Format of Manuscripts Frequency of Publication galleys Index Indexed/Abstracted information science inquiry or proposal Journal Affiliation Length of Articles letter of inquiry librarians librarianship library and information Library Journal Library Literature library science lishers Major audience Manual of Style Manuscript Acceptance Rate Manuscripts Specific Style months Needed for Submission percent Policies Author Payment Preferred subjects/topics professional Query Letter Advised R. R. Bowker Refereed Journal Rejected Manuscripts Returned Research Libraries royalties Special Libraries Special Libraries Association Specific Style Requirements Subject Areas Covered Submission of Manuscript tion topics typesetter words York