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Workshop Facilitator: Joycelyn Moody

Joycelyn Moody, PhD, is currently the Sue E. Denman Distinguished Chair in American Literature at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she teaches courses on 19th-century African American literature, black feminist theory, and black print culture. She has served as Editor of African American Review (2004-2008), and is Immediate Past President of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

Besides numerous articles and chapters, her publications include Sentimental Confessions: Spiritual Narratives of Nineteenth-Century African American Women and Teaching with The Norton Anthology of African American Literature, 2nd Ed. With John Ernest, she edits the book series Regenerations: African American Literature and Culture (WVUP). Her reprint of Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge is forthcoming in the series in December 2013.

Workshop: An Editor's Perspective: The Nuts and Bolts of Publishing Academic Articles

Submitting a successful scholarly article takes many steps. The process involves targeting a journal, approaching editors, preparing a strong submission, waiting, waiting, waiting, and usually engaging with editors again. This presentation will address the crucial step of interacting with editors in the journal article submission process. In addition, we'll attend to some dos and don’ts while submitting an article, dealing with revisions and resubmissions, awaiting reviewers' reports, and more.

Other Workshops Offered:

  • Tenure and Time Management: How to Manage Your Time so You Can Publish Prolifically AND Have a Life Beyond the Ivory Tower.

  • Writing Your Next Chapter: How to Find Your Mojo and Move Forward at Mid-Career


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