Feb 19, 2023
Catherine Pope was awarded her PhD in the field of Victorian Literature by the University of Sussex in 2014. She then went on to publish that material as a monograph.
In this episode Catherine draws on her experience as an author, publisher and coach to share advice on the options for publishing your work- either as a book, a chapter in an edited collection or journal articles.
Catherine emphasizes the importance of gaining clarity on why you want to publish as well as being realistic about whether you have the time to undertake such a project.
She shares insights into what publishers are looking for and the elements of a successful book proposal.
We also talk about the technical aspects of book publication - from editing to indexing.
You can find out more about Catherine’s book How to Publish Your PhD - which shares very practical and detailed advice to guide you through the publishing process - here: https://phdprogress.com/
If you would like to know more about Catherine’s story and benefit from her wisdom on how to look after yourself on a bad PhD day you can listen to her previous PhD Life Raft Podcast interview here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/managing-self-care-on-the-phd-journey-with-catherine-pope/id1537420258?i=1000548140262
If you would like a useful weekly email to support you on your PhD journey you can sign up for ‘Notes from the Life Raft’ here: https://mailchi.mp/f2dce91955c6/notes-from-the-life-raft