The world of publishing can be overwhelming, especially for first-time writers and newer librarians. Is my idea good enough? Is my article articulated well enough? Will anyone read it? These are all common questions you might have. Most importantly, you want to make a good first impression among your colleagues. The intent of this article is to acknowledge the common internal fears of first-time writers, explore publication opportunities, and provide suggestions on how to get started. Here we offer a writer’s survival toolkit to help throughout the publication process
Shamika Dalton and Michele Villagran. "Publishing Basics: How to Get Started & Where to Begin: Tips for first-time writers looking to get published" AALL Spectrum (2018): 30-33.