Series Editors: Joan Mullin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Magnus Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology; Terry Myers Zawacki, George Mason University; and Federico Navarro, Universidad de O'Higgins.
We invite submissions that address a wide range of issues related to the study of writing in diverse settings. Please view our language policy for information about our approach to making work available in languages other than English. We are aware of how research traditions are represented through our language practices and invite colleagues in the community to send us their suggestions for ways to expand our current policy We also invite colleagues to send suggestions for maintaining multi-lingual access in a way that is both fiscally achievable and culturally responsible.
Submissions to the International Exchanges on the Study of Writing series should follow the guidelines provided below and in the links in the sidebar before submitting a proposal through the WAC Clearinghouse submissions portal. Submissions to the International Exchanges on the Study of Writing series will be reviewed following the WAC Clearinghouse peer review processes. Our review processes are informed by the Clearinghouse invitation to contribute scholarly work and its statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
If the series editors determine that a proposal is consistent with the goals of the series and possesses strong scholarly merit, it will undergo a rigorous peer review by scholars drawn from the International Exchanges Editorial Review Board or, in some cases, the Clearinghouse Editorial Board. Reviews are typically completed in one or two months.
The series editors will not consider work submitted simultaneously for consideration by another publisher.
To ensure timely consideration of your proposed work, please provide the information outlined below:
Please include a copy of your current vita or resumé, as well as those for any co-authors or editors. If possible, enclose a copy of the table of contents of the proposed work, preferably annotated. You may include a sample chapter from the manuscript, if it is available, or the full manuscript, if it is available.
You may submit your prospectus and supporting material electronically through the WAC Clearinghouse submissions portal. We accept PDF, Rich Text Format (.rtf), and Word (.doc, .docx) files as well as most word processing files, including Microsoft Publisher (.pub). We limit file size to 15 megabytes. Please note that our server cannot process files with characters such as slashes, colons, asterisks, and question marks in the file name.
Please be sure that any files you upload are suitable for anonymous review. To the greatest extent possible, please remove identifying information about you (and any co-authors or co-editors) as well as institutional information from the proposal and any accompanying materials. Please also note that any CVs that you upload will not be shared with reviewers.
The series editors are aware of how research traditions are represented through our language practices. At this point in time, however, we ask that submissions be in English. That being said, we look to a future where research in languages other than English will be widely accessible for community conversation and exchange; we hope that creative technologies or innovative literacy brokers will work with the series editors to find ways to preserve all our research cultures while providing access and exchange. We invite colleagues in the community to send us their suggestions for addressing this issue of a multi-lingual series that is both fiscally achievable and culturally responsible.
To view our manuscript preparation guidelines, please see our Guide for Authors and Editors. If you are editing a collection/anthology, we encourage you to read these guidelines closely and consider sending them to chapter authors early in the process.
The International Exchanges on the Study of Writing series offers books in free digital editions and low-cost print editions. Books are offered through a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 International License. Copyright is held by the author(s) or editor(s) of the books. The publisher covers the costs of reviewing, designing, producing, and distributing the books. Any proceeds from sales of print books in the series are used to support the publication of subsequent books. Our goal as a publisher is to make work available to the widest possible audience while maintaining the highest standards in scholarly publishing. We welcome contributions to the series and to the larger goal of supporting open-access scholarly publishing. If you have questions about the goals of the larger WAC Clearinghouse project, please contact Mike Palmquist at Mike.Palmquist@ColoState.edu.