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In this episode you’ll hear about: the benefits of publishing with a smaller press, how scholarly books are marketed, and what to do if your book is rejected by a publisher.
Our guest is: Mona Rosen Hamlin, who has been in the marketing field at Syracuse University for 22 years. For the last twelve she has been a marketing research analyst with the Syracuse University Press. She was a recipient of the Crystal Ball award for marketing and has won numerous sales awards in advertising. She resides in upstate New York with her husband and two dogs and is a very proud grandmother to five grandchildren. She loves traveling, reading, writing, spending time with friends and family, and watching the Syracuse Orange play football.
Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender.
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Dr. Christina Gessler is a historian of women, gender, and sexuality.