You know that, as a graduate student, you probably spend more time browsing around literature cited sections of articles than eating or sleeping (both of which are overrated anyhow). Put some of that time to good use by publishing your literature-related insights in Journal of the Entomological Society of BC.
- Are you a graduate student in the midst (or mist?) of writing your thesis?
- Have you completed your graduate studies and are now working at publishing the different parts of your thesis?
- Are you wondering what, if anything, you can do with your extensive literature review in your thesis introduction?
- Have you taken a graduate course in which you wrote a long (and good!) review on your favourite study organism or on an entomological topic?
If so, the JESBC would like to consider your work for potential publication in an upcoming issue as a review. A good review is a credit to the author(s), can receive many citations, and can be an incredible resource for other researchers.
We are currently accepting submissions for volume 109 of the JESBC. All submissions to the journal undergo peer and editorial review. More information about the journal standards and instructions for authors can be found here.