[CITAMS] Publishing Research Quarterly CfP

Casey Brienza casey.brienza at gmail.com
Fri Aug 18 12:05:33 EDT 2017

Call for Papers
Publishing Research Quarterly aims to clarify the process that enables
writers to connect
with their readers. It publishes scholarly articles, reports of research,
essays, surveys,
memoirs, statistics, and reviews that contribute to knowledge about how
book, magazine,
journal and online publishing industries operate. Its scope extends to
assessing the value
of publications and the effectiveness of the process in achieving goals of
persuasion, and entertainment. It examines the social, historical,
political, educational,
economic, literary, legal, ethical, business and technological conditions
that help to shape
the nature of print and online publishing and related industries. It covers
communications, printing technologies, library and information sciences.
include publishers, individuals who represent all functions of the
publishing process such
as editors, planners, analysts, researchers and students of the publishing
process, social
scientists, booksellers, librarians, educators, policy makers, and managers
of related
Guidelines for Authors
Manuscript Preparation: Manuscripts nominally should not exceed 15 double
pages in length. A short one paragraph Abstract and list of five Keywords
appear immediately after the title and author’s name. The manuscript should
conform to
the guidelines in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16 th edition, University of
Chicago Press.
References should be shown as numbered footnotes and then listed in a
section at the end of the article. Please double space your article in
Microsoft Word and
have it aligned left (no justified margins) with no extra spaces between
paragraphs and no
extra spaces following subheadings.
Coauthors are welcome and all authors will be credited in the published
work. Please
note that all correspondence and page proofs will be sent to only one
author. Therefore,
please inform us who the lead author is to whom we should address all mail.
Illustrations, charts, graphs and PowerPoint diagrams must be submitted as
a separate
file and refer to their inclusion in a cover e-mail or letter. All should
be labeled and
desired placement clearly indicated in the text of the manuscript. The
source of
illustrations or other material taken from other publications must be
credited and
permission to reprint must be provided.
Names and affiliations of all authors should appear immediately after the
title with the
address for regular postal mail correspondence and e-mail communications.
Page proof will be sent as a digital file with the copyright form for
approval by the
author. It is important to return these page proofs with approval or
corrections with in 48
hours to allow the article to appear in the Springerlink.com OnlineFirst
database and then
follow with the printed edition of the Publishing Research Quarterly
Submission: Submit the manuscript via e-mail with brief covering letter to:
Robert E. Baensch, Editor
Publishing Research Quarterly
Email: BaenschRE at gmail.com
Casey Brienza | Twitter: @CaseyBrienza <https://twitter.com/CaseyBrienza> |
Website: http://www.caseybrienza.com

Cultures of Comics Work <http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137554772>
(Palgrave, 2016)
Manga in America: Transnational Book Publishing and the Domestication of
Japanese Comics
<http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/manga-in-america-9781472595874/> (Bloomsbury,
Global Manga: "Japanese" Comics without Japan?
<https://www.routledge.com/products/9781472435439> (Routledge, 2015)
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