How to Get Published (live workshop): Publishing for EECERA Book Series

A talk by Alison Foyle and Annamarie Kino
Routledge Taylor & Francis Group and Routledge Education, Taylor & Francis Group

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Alison Foyle and Annamarie Kino-Wylam, both Books Publishers with Routledge Taylor & Francis will be hosting an informal 30 minutes workshop session on ’Publishing for the EECERA Book Series’.

In normal times, Routledge attend the EECERA conference each year and editorial staff are always keen to meet prospective authors and talk with them about their research and the publishing opportunities at Routledge.

However, as part of the virtual EECERA Festival, Routledge are delighted to invite you to a live, online presentation which will cover key advice on publishing for our two EECERA series Towards an Ethical Praxis in Early Childhood and EECERA Collection of Research in Early Childhood Education

The presentation itself will demystify all aspects of the commissioning and publishing process and Alison would be very happy to take any questions at the end. She will also be available to answer questions after the session over email or contactable if anyone had particular book ideas that they wanted to discuss one to one. The presentation will be useful to anyone looking to publish a book in any field of early childhood education, at any stage of their academic career.

To access this workshop live either follow the launch button on the talk page or use the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84366762857?pwd=WWRLUlp6cG40b2tBVXo2emlqZFdQUT09 This link will only work during the scheduled session times. A video of the workshop will be uploaded within 48 hours of the live event.

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Alison Foyle

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