Presenters (left to right): Kel Morin-Parsons, manager of the CFHSS Aid to Scholarly Publications Program (ASPP); Siobhan McMenemy, acquisitions editor at University of Toronto Press; Ryan Van Huijstee, publicist at McGill-Queen's University Press; Kyla Madden, editor at McGill-Queen's University Press; and Peter Midgley, senior acquisitions editor at University of Alberta Press.
0:00 - 1:43 Why revise your thesis?1:43 - 3:36 How do you revise your thesis?3:36 - 5:28 How do you find a publisher?5:28 - 6:52 What should you send a publisher?6:52 - 9:03 What are the elements of a strong proposal?
0:00 - 2:39 The importance of peer review2:39 - 4:15 How funding works4:15 - 6:59 How long does peer review take?6:59 - 8:28 What to expect in response from the press committee8:28 - 9:31 Some major "if's" to expect
0:00 - 3:16 Proofing your typeset pages3:16 - 6:04 "The Marketing 20 Questions"6:04 - 9:08 The challenge in marketing scholarly work
0:00 - 1:55 Before requesting funding, ensure your work is well-edite1:55 - 3:51 What the ASPP does3:51 - 6:18 The significance of "revise and resubmit"6:18 - 8:37 ASPP has more demand than supply
0:00 - 1:47 Why are chapter plans important?1:47 - 2:25 Should you contact the presses before sending a proposal?2:25 - 3:43 Are e-copies of manuscripts acceptable?3:43 - 4:58 How long does the whole publication process take?4:58 - 5:24 Should you wait to complete your PhD before publishing?5:24 - 7:34 Parts of your manuscript are already published - is this acceptable?