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Authors:

ASCE Press publishes scholarly and practical books on all aspects of civil engineering, applying rigorous standards to the expertise, research, readability, and attractiveness of every one of its titles. Books published with the ASCE Press imprint are written under direct contract with the authors or editors. For you as an author, ASCE Press offers the opportunity to contribute to the education, scholarship, and advancement of the civil engineering profession, as well as a royalty structure that is competitive with commercial publishers.

Editors of Conference Proceedings:

Every conference proceedings has an editor, sometimes (but not always) the conference chair. The editor is usually responsible for setting deadlines, approving content, clarifying special instructions or requirements, setting up the manuscript as camera-ready copy, and generally organizing the book.

Editors of Manuals of Practice:

Every MOP has an editor, sometimes (but not always) the committee chair. The editor is responsible for setting deadlines, transmitting content, clarifying special instructions or requirements, formatting the manuscript, managing the review of copyediting and page proofs, and generally organizing the book.

Editors of Standards:

Standards do not have editors who are credited for their work on the book. For purposes of preparing the standard for publication, however, the chair of the standards committee or a designee fills the role of corresponding editor. The corresponding editor is responsible for setting deadlines, transmitting content, clarifying special instructions or requirements, formatting the manuscript, managing the review of copyediting and page proofs, and generally organizing the book.

Editors of Committee Reports:

Every committee report has an editor, sometimes (but not always) the committee chair. The editor is usually responsible for setting deadlines, approving content, clarifying special instructions or requirements, setting up the manuscript as camera-ready copy, and generally organizing the book.

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