We’ve all been told to “never judge a book by its title” and yet, we all do. In a world with abundant information, indexed and cataloged into a series of links on the screen, the title may be the only part of your work a potential reader ever sees. Unless, of course, that title encourages them to click the link and read more.
Schulman receives TAA Publication Grant
Vanessa Schulman, an Assistant Professor in the School of Art at Illinois State University, received a TAA Publication Grant to support the…
Q&A: Maximize your chances of being published: Know the journal’s style expectations
Q: “How do I find out what a journal’s style expectations are?”
A: Kären Hess, the author or co-author of more than 30 trade books and college-level textbooks on a variety of topics including financial planning, dental marketing, art, literature, engineering, hospice care, reading, management and report writing:
“Most journals publish their manuscript requirements (usually at the end of the journal). Also, read several articles from the journal(s) of interest to see what gets published.”