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Call for Editor - Journal of Scholarly Publishing

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From: UTP Journals <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 10:50 AM

www.utpjournals.com/jsp

The Journal of Scholarly Publishing (JSP) is currently seeking to fill
the position of Editor.

For 45 years, JSP has explored the pleasures, accomplishments, and
perils of international scholarly publishing. This quarterly journal
addresses age-old problems in publishing as well as contemporary
challenges resulting from changes in technology and funding. Articles
examine such topics as editorial and publishing policy, computer
applications, electronic publishing, effective marketing, and business
management. Through balanced analysis of industry issues and concerns,
JSP offers a unique blend of philosophical analysis and practical
advice that has attracted readers around the world.

The Editor is responsible for determining editorial direction,
developing an editorial board and editorial team, searching for
authors, obtaining new submissions, and working directly with authors
until pieces are submitted. He or she must also edit the manuscripts,
send the materials to the publisher for copyediting, and proofread
each issue prior to publication.

The successful candidate must have a deep knowledge of the scholarly
publishing field, a good eye for excellence in content and style, and
communication and leadership skills, and must be able to manage time
and scheduling effectively.

The new editor will be responsible for the publication of the first
issue in 2016.

Interested applicants, please contact:

Anne Marie Corrigan
Vice President, Journals Division
University of Toronto Press
5201 Dufferin Street
North York, ON  M3H 5T8
Canada

416.667.7838
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posted by T Hawkins, UTP

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