Creative Corner

Featuring:

Mary Seligy
Raymond Nakamura

Science Art by Mary Seligy

Mary Seligy is a graduate of the biology program at Queen's University. Before joining CSP as a business analyst (IT), she worked variously as a scientific publishing editor, illustrator, and research technologist. Mary is also the technical team lead for Science Borealis.

Read Mary's post on The CSP Blog on Predation..

Read Mary's post "Have Content, Will Travel" on The CSP Blog


"Editorial" Cartoons by Raymond Nakamura

Once upon a time, Raymond earned his doctorate on the hydrodynamics of sand dollars. Nowadays, when he is not employed as personal assistant to his lovely and demanding daughter, he rents his brain to create fun, educational experiences in science and history, through facts and fiction, with words, pictures, and whatever else is handy. Visit him online at Raymond's Brain or follow him on Twitter @raymondsbrain


This cartoon accompanies "Open Access publishing: Pipe dream or way forward for science?"
By Raymond Nakamura

  Read more on Tweeting in "Scientific Societies in the Internet age" by Sarah Boon

By Raymond Nakamura 

Author Tip #1: Check the journal scope carefully to make sure your paper is a good fit.


Writing, rejection, and how to avoid perishing in a publication-crazy world