May Blogroll: Book Myths Edition, Vol. 1

Dear reader,

This month, I return to reflecting on the academic book proposal process. In previous posts, I provided a bibliography of all the advice out there on this process, as well as how to identify a book series as a means of narrowing your target lists. Now that I have several presses committed to reading the manuscript in full in the next year, I wanted to pause and reflect on the actuality of the process, as well as what things have changed in recent years with shifts in the academic publishing industry.

Perhaps this is a good excuse to invest in a vintage Rolodex for indexing?

Continue reading “May Blogroll: Book Myths Edition, Vol. 1”