Neil Mehta (Yale-NUS) has drawn my attention to his writing guide for professional philosophers, which he encouraged me share with our readership, as it is pitched primary for graduate students and early-career folk. It is short but discusses a wide variety of topics ranging from dissertations to writing content and form, and finally, publication strategies and philosophical development. Obviously, Neil is very well-published, so I expect the guide will be of interest to our readers--but I am also curious to see to what extent there is agreement/disagreement with his suggestions.
What do you all think of Neil's guide? Have you found that similar things are helpful, or have you found alternative writing and publishing strategies more beneficial? I'll be curious to see what you all think!