The following resources are useful for identifying publishing opportunities in a subject area:
JCRs – Journal Citation Reports
This database is the only source of citation data for specialized journals in the fields of science, technology, and social sciences. That data identifies the:
Handbook for Academic Authors
The publishing partnership -- Journal articles --Revising a dissertation -- Finding a publisher for the scholarly book -- Working with your publisher -- Multi author books and anthologies -- Finding a publisher for the college textbook -- Working with your textbook publisher -- Books for general readers -- The mechanics of authorship – Costs and prices -- Electronic publishing.
The following print directories offer submission and publishing information in small specialized and artistic presses:
Commercial publishing and publishers
Book Reviews-Online databases (to submit work or to become a reviewer or find reviews)
Copyright information sources-
Association of Research Libraries (ARL)- Know Your Copy Rights - Resources for Teaching Faculty. Covers fair use, the advantage of linking to instead of copying works, and special provisions for displaying or performing works in classes.