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Getting the best advice from the editor | Higher Education Network
It is very competitively priced for scientific magazines. There is no easy way to publish - editors' aspirations can differ both within and between topics. However, there are some issues that will challenge all scholarly authors regardless of their disciplines. Are there any ways to organize a document? We' ve asked journalists from various fields for their publication advice.
Before you write your work, take some extra patience to think about the rationale behind the work. As you write, concentrate on a logical history, not on the sequence of your experiment chronology. When you achieve your goal every single working-day ( "mine" is 500 words), use other words as bullets and stop typing; then use these bullets to begin the next workday.
When you can not think of the right words (e.g. elephant), don't be worried - just type (big beast long nose) and move on - come back later and get the right name. Don't spell or you'll loose the river. Would you like someone on the coach to tell you about your work quickly, could you do it in a clear, daily speech?
That clear point should appear in your abstracts and in the very first section (even in the first line) of your work. Oh, and make sure that your point goes all the way through the different parts of the document, combining theoretical and experiential work. Poorly spelled works are one of the issues facing magazine writers.
Finding out what is going on in an item when the script is bad and the speech and grammar is bad can be very difficult. Reviewing is a great way to get posted - especially for those in the early days of their careers. It' a great opportunity to practise creating a play for publishing and get a free copy of a textbook you want.
In fact, we are always looking for critics because we are publishing more review articles than articles. A number of magazines, some of which include ours, respond to articles that have been featured in the same magazine. Authors are happy to post answers to earlier contributions because they stimulate debate. We' re getting Americans who are writing from America who think everyone knows the US system - and the same thing happens to British authors.
As we are an internationally published magazine, we need authors who take this into account. At times they want to break everything down at once and achieve too many goals. We' ve got guys trying to tell us their whole doctoral thesis in 6,000 words and it just doesn't work. If you are an expert writer, you will be writing two or three works from a single research using a particular part of your research as a pick.
Make sure that your essay is within the framework of the magazine you are presenting. That seems so evident, but it is amazing how many papers are entered into magazines that are inept. In an ideal case, look at a number of current editions to make sure they publish similarly good and effective papers on the same subject.
In your covering note, we look for an advice from you as to what you think is most interesting and meaningful about the piece of writing and why you think it fits in well with the magazine. There' s no need to go through the summary or the contents of the document in detail - we will be reading the document ourselves to find out what it says.
If you are re-submitting a contribution after a revision, please attach a detailled summary of all the changes proposed by the reviewer and the way in which you have amended your script in the light of those changes. Reread it, think about it for several nights, argue it with others and then write an answer. However, it is rewarding - some writers who are asked to make larger reviews last and have their work made public, others who had far less to do never submit it again.
Seems stupid to overcome the big obstacles of the letter of the paper, to get it past the editor and back from the peer reviewed only to give up. It' reasonable to reject an expert's proposal to modify a part of your paper if you have a good reason or can reasonably explain why the expert is outright.
Reasonable explanations are acceptable to the editor, especially when it is clear that you have taken into account all feedbacks you receive and that you have approved some of them. Because some magazines are more important than others, your chances of being rejected are higher. Consumers need to think about whether they need to see their work quickly made public - because certain magazines will take longer.
A number of magazines, such as ours, also have pre-reading, so that the articles will appear on the journal's website as soon as they are approved. It is important if you are getting ready for an appointment and want to show that you can be published. Publication in top magazines is a challenging task for everyone, but it may seem simpler for other inmates.
If you are reading posted articles, you will see the final product, not the first design, not the first revision and resubmission, not one of the interim releases - and you will never see the bugs.