Publication in a peer reviewed journal is the gold standard of credibility for nonfiction writing. It makes your ideas part of the worldwide scholarly conversation and an easily-findable resource for other researchers. But the process of getting published in a peer reviewed journal can be opaque and off-putting. In this session, David S. Reed will discuss common problems and successful strategies for publishing in peer reviewed journals, particularly for writers who are not professors.
Registration required below. Free for TWC members, $10 for nonmembers. Registration includes a digital handout with additional information on peer reviewed journals.
David S. Reed is a public administration expert who is the Founder of Center for Public Administrators. He has been published in the peer reviewed journals Curator, Administrative Theory & Praxis, Public Integrity, Public Administration Review, and Governance. He serves as a peer reviewer and member of the Editorial Board for Public Integrity. He has taught for the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the U.S. Department of Labor, and is a frequent presenter at academic conferences. His popular writing includes the “Dear Bureaucrat” advice column in Federal Times. He is currently writing a chapter for a forthcoming book on empowering public administrators.