I like sharing...

... well, sometimes... but one thing I do like to share is any advice that may make a difference to other people's experience of writing or academic life. 

Because I am often asked to review monographs, proposals, and papers, I've had a fair amount of experience of the errors people make when writing fiddly documents like book proposals and abstracts. So I've compiled this advice into some documents that are available here for free and easy download.

Note: This is all my own work/advice - these things differ between disciplines and publishing contexts. It's not the 'final word', just some things you might find useful... Just click the icons below to download each piece as a PDF.

Vintage Bookstore

BOOK PROPOSALS #1

The Proposal

What are reviewers looking for and how should you present it?

JOB APPLICATIONS

Sell yourself! But... in a non-creepy, non-pushy way?

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BOOK PROPOSALS #2

The Response

You've got your reviews in... now what?

Pencils

BASIC COMICS CLOSE READINGS

Don't forget these things when doing a close reading of a comics text.

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