Join us for the first annual University of Illinois Press Publishing Symposium on February 15 for a day of interactive workshops, round tables, and conversations about publishing.
Topics will include:
-Building a Relationship with a University Press
-Tips for a First Book
-Trends in Journal Publication
-Debunking Myths about publishing
-Crafting a Good Proposal
Keynote Address: #PublishingWhileBlack: Reflections on “Diversity,” Antiracism, and Equity, Speaker: Jill Petty, Former Editor for South End Press, Beacon Press, and Northwestern University Press.
Learn more about the opportunity to discuss your book proposal with an experienced acquisitions editor here: https://www.press.uillinois.edu/wordpress/call-for-proposals-2019-university-of-illinois-press-publishing-symposium/
Find the full schedule here: https://www.press.uillinois.edu/about/symposium.html
Registration is not required to attend the symposium, but we encourage pre-registration to help us organize our space for attendees. Box lunches will be provided only to those who pre-register by February 7, 2019.
Register here: https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/9516932
Thanks to our co-sponsors: OVCR Office of Research Advising and Project Development, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, IPRH, Center for Advanced Study, and the Unit for Criticism