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Quick Quotes—The Week in Publishing

Lots of great information out there this week in the writing and publishing world. Here are just a few of my favorite quotes and articles: 477 more words

The Sleeper and the Spindle - Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell

As a child I loved fairytales and as I grew up, this love did not disappear but it changed as I discovered adaptations and retellings, in particular Angela Carter. 238 more words


Weekly writing check-in: the one with another sale

So … I sold a reprint this week to Evil Girlfriend Media, which is one of those inspired names, right up there with Mad Scientist Journal… 153 more words


PNAS is now tracking Online Impact. How do you fare?

The Cozzarelli Prize was just awarded to some excellent researchers who published last year in PNAS. The first was on the timeline for the Permian mass extinction. 200 more words

Publishing Your Work

Stats Stats Stats

As a wise man (my housemate) once said “statistics can prove anything!” It was mid-heated-argument and the statistics definitely did prove a lot. However, he’s right, statistics can prove anything you want them to if you do the right research.  138 more words


The essential broader impact for all NSF proposals

There is one component of your broader impacts that you should always include. It is crucially important not just for you but for the continuing funding of science. 511 more words

Grant Proposals

Publishing Round-Up: 26th April 2015.

Event Reminder: Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ screening.
The announcement that Lee’s Go Set A Watchman was going to be released this summer has been the talk of the book world the last few months, so what better time to watch an excellent documentary on Harper Lee and her debut? 592 more words