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At all costs, avoid another review round. That goal should motivate every aspect of your point-by-point response letter. This article shows you how to structure, format, and write one that convinces an editor to publish your paper and not send it out for another review

An abstract has to do a tremendous amount of communicating to diverse readers, all in less than 250 words (sometime just 125). Follow the five steps in this article to write abstracts that get your paper sent out for review, found, and cited; how to

The most frequent editor and reviewer criticisms and how to fix them.

At 11:38 on a Sunday night, while eating popcorn and binge watching Netflix, Clara’s relaxing night was interrupted by a ding. An email alert. “The Journal of…” Her heart racing, palms sweating, she got