Post-Conference Publication Content Editor
The Post-Conference Publication (PCP) is always looking for content editors, who work with authors to make their papers suitable for publication. Many authors are submitting an academic paper for the first time, so editing is often like working with graduate students. This is a good way to learn about publishing standards “from the inside” and provide writers with much-appreciated guidance. The chief editor assigns a paper to a content editor, who reads the paper and then contacts the author with suggestions about ways to improve the paper. Papers go back and forth between editor and author until both are satisfied. Content editors decide how many papers they can handle, though the usual expectation is five. Workload: 10-20 hours work for each paper edited, March through June. If you are interested, please contact the PCP editor at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.