Guidebook for Publishing Philosophy, 1997 Edition
Eric Hoffman, Editor
The 1997 edition of The Guidebook for Publishing Philosophy contained brief essays on the
preparation and submission of work in philosophy, including essays on publishing in journals, publishing
monographs, and electronic publishing. It was intended to help graduate students just beginning to publish as well as experienced
scholars with established publishing records. It filled the niche created by the 1986 edition prepared by Janice Moulton and Marcia Yudkin. The 1997 edition was a collaborative effort of the American Philosophical Association and the
Philosophy Documentation Center. Each linked article in the
table of contents below is freely available in PDF format.
NOTE: The listing of journals and publishers in this edition is not provided below because the information is out of date.
Table of Contents
Preface, Eric Hoffman
The Perils of Publishing, Sam Gorovitz
On Avoiding Rejection by Journals, Nancy Simco
Presenting Work and Delivering Papers, Thomas Magnell
APA Paper Submission Guidelines
General Advice About Book Publishing, Marcia Yudkin & Janice Moulton
Electronic Publishing and Philosophy, Francis Crawley
Beyond the Ivory Tower: Publishing in Newspapers and Magazines, Marcia Yudkin
Resources for Writing and Publishing in Philosophy, Francis Crawley
Listing of Philosophy Journals and Publishers
· ISBN 0-912632-62-3 · ISBN-13 978-0-912632-62-9 · Published May 1997 · Softbound · 256 pages · Out of Print
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