The Humanities Publication Service provides a full range of publishing help to scholarly journals and to faculty members with book contracts that call for such things as print-ready files or indexes:
-manuscript evaluation and critique
-substantive editing and copyediting
-cover and page designing
-scanning of images or text
-preparing print-ready files
-working with printers
Student interns will work on your projects first, so that they can practice their publishing skills. Then the director of the service will review and polish their work to ensure that you receive professional service of the highest quality.
The service is free to faculty members whose colleges support the service (currently the College of Humanities; the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences; and the Marriot School of Management). Other colleges support their faculty’s use of the service on a case-=by-case basis, so check with your dean about the possibility of such support.
A modest fee is charged to cover the expense of paying student interns and for overhead, such as supplies and photocopying, usually at a rate of $16.50 per hour. There is no charge for the services of the director, whose efforts count as service to the university.
Contact Mel Thorne, (801) 378-1719, email@example.com, to discuss the project and receive an estimate.
Publications recently supported include
-Religion in the Age of Enlightenment
-Literature and Belief
-The Folklore Historian
-The Journal of Response to Writing
-Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy
-Intention and Responsibility
-Justices and Journalists
-The Age of Lovecraft