Are you preparing to write a paper? Do you get anxious, not knowing what the outcome is going to be of this long process?
Today, I’m sharing with you my conversation with Anna Clemens, whose specialty is to coach researchers on how to write for journal articles.
During our conversation, Anna talked about how to systematize article writing, she talked about the importance of how to communicate with editors, and she also talked about what mindset to have while writing, even if English is not your first language.
No matter what stage you’re at in your research journey, I am convinced that this conversation with Anna is going to have multiple take-home messages for you that will improve your experience writing journal papers.
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Dr Anna Clemens is an academic writing coach with a PhD in Chemistry. In her online program, the Researchers Writing Academy, Anna helps researchers get their papers published in their target journals without procrastinating on the writing.
Thank you, Anna Clemens!
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