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RSA Remote … What Book Do You Really Want to Write? Second Books, Risk, and Reviews

RSA Remote … What Book Do You Really Want to Write? Second Books, Risk, and Reviews

RSA Remote is pleased to offer the Navigating Publication series, which works to demystify and support publication processes for members at all career stages. While this period in our history is by no means business as usual, you may be planning a book project now or in the future. The information in these sessions will serve as a good grounding when you’re ready to move your project forward.

Our third session, "What Book Do You Really Want to Write? Second Books, Risk, and Reviews," features editors and authors from core presses in Rhetorical Studies in conversation about the particular process of developing your second book project. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and to meet briefly with editors after the panel. Everyone is welcome, but members who are actively developing second book projects are particularly invited to attend. Please join us!

Title:   What Book Do You Really Want to Write? Second Books, Risk, and Reviews

Panelists:  

Aurora Bell, Acquisitions Editor, University of South Carolina Press
Byron Hawk, Editor, New Media Theory Series, Parlor Press and Professor of English Language & Literature,  University of South Carolina
Ryan Peterson, Acquisitions Editor, Penn State University Press
Thomas Rickert, Co-editor, Lauer Series in Rhetoric & Composition, Parlor Press and Professor of English, Purdue University
Dan Waterman, Editor in Chief, University of Alabama Press

Moderator:

Krista Kennedy, Associate Professor of Writing & Rhetoric, Syracuse University and NEH Visiting Professor of Writing & Rhetoric, Colgate University

DateFriday November 20, 2020

Time3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

Please CLICK HERE to register. You will receive the Zoom link and instructions on Friday morning.

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