'Writing for Whiting & Birch publications' below contains information on the submission of book proposals and journal articles, and some notes on manuscript preparation which have been updated to clarify referencing style.
'Writing English for an international audience'. Since taking on Social Policy and Social Work in Transition, which we publish with the University of Tbilisi in Georgia, we have been struck by the paucity of guidance for academic writers on the issue of writing for an audience whose first language is not English. We will be adding material to the website to provide help and guidance to those who wish to improve the accessibility of their material to an international scholarly audience. 'Writing English for an international audience' below is an extract from the Editorial to Social Policy and Social Work in Transition 3(2). It covers the main issues involved, and offers some guidance to:
If you are interested in knowing more, or feel you have a contribution to share on this important issue, please email email@example.com.
- Authors whose first language is not English;
- Authors, whether first-language users of English or not, who wish to ensure that their work is readily understandable to an international audience.
For further guidance on house style etc, contact either the publishers on firstname.lastname@example.org or the Editors of the relevant journal.