Get the toolkit that will speed your journal article
through the revision process and on to publication!

Turn that “revise and resubmit” journal decision into your most recently published article with

The R&R Toolkit

The toolkit for overwhelmed academics who want to revise and resubmit their journal articles quickly without feeling crushed by critique

Perfect for all academics!

Professors • Post-docs • Grad students • Researchers

Get the R&R Toolkit – Just $77

The R&R Toolkit gives you everything you need to turn that revision around quickly so your voice is out in the world and the publication is working to build your career!


The R&R Toolkit

The Revise and Resubmit Workshop (Valued at $97)

Resubmission Letter Template (Valued at $27)

R&R Decision Flowchart
(Valued at $27)

Resubmission Project Calendar (Valued at $47)

Revision Planner
(Valued at $47)

Email template pack
(Valued at $97)

Total Value = $342

Today’s Price= $77

Transform how you interpret reviewer feedback so you can stop hiding from those revisions and actually make your article better
Understand the three types of reviewer feedback–and the actions to take in response to each one
Create a simple but effective revision plan to eliminate the overwhelm and address reviewer’s comments
Decide whether it’s really worth it to revise and resubmit to that journal, or whether it’s best find a new journal home for your work

Express yourself in communications with journal editors and co-authors with translucency

P R O U D L Y   T R U S T E D   B Y   F A C U L T Y   A T:

What’s included in R&R Toolkit

The Revise and Resubmit Workshop

How to process reviewer feedback so that you can stop hiding and start revising

That R&R is the closest project to “published” that you’ve got! But ouch, feedback can hurt and stop you from taking action. Interpreting the reviewer’s comments is more than half the battle. This workshop helps you see what reviewers are really saying with their feedback so that you can make your authorial next move with confidence.


  • Learn how to look at reviewer feedback as information — not criticism
  • Understand how to respond to feedback you don’t agree with

Tool #1: R&R Decision Flowchart

Figure out if revising and resubmitting is really the next best move

Sometimes a revise and resubmit decision is really telling us that the journal is not a great fit. But how do you know? Use our simple flowchart to help you decide whether to dig in to that revision or pull the article and submit elsewhere.


  • Three simple–but crucial–questions help focus your decision-making
  • Accelerate your article to publication by ensuring journal fit

Tool #2: Resubmission Project Calendar

A day-by-day guide to getting your revision resubmitted

If overwhelm, fear, or just plain anger at reviewer comments has kept your article languishing in a (virtual) drawer, you need a plan. The Resubmission Project Calendar tells you what to do each day during your revision process.


  • Learn the system for preventing inaction from the first day you get the revise and resubmit decision
  • Works with any calendar you use–from Bullet Journals to Google calendars

Tool #3: Revision Planner

Create a revision work plan that inspires you to start writing

Reviewer feedback tells you nothing about where or how to start revising. The Revision Planner makes writing your revision straightforward and action-oriented. With this planner you can stop over-thinking and get to work.


  • Follow the simple but effective process learned by hundreds of academics in our programs
  • Know exactly what to work on next in your revision

Tool #4: Resubmission Letter Template

Recycle your Revision Plan into a simple, effective resubmission letter

You could get all the way to the end of the resubmission process and get stuck writing the letter to the journal editor that accompanies your revision. The Resubmission Letter Template gets you unstuck and teaches you the simple, effective way to explain your revisions to the editor.


  • Leverage your revision plan into your resubmission letter, saving you hours of time
  • Gain confidence in your ability to clearly and effectively communicate with editors using our template


Email template pack

Writing letters to editors and co-authors can take forever as you pour over each and every word. Save time and communicate with clarity and authority using our email template pack. Just fill in the blanks and hit send!

Editor question email template (use for any type of question)

Editor deadline extension ask

Feedback clarification email to editor (clarify contradictory reviewer feedback)

Coauthor project coordination email template (timeline, plan of action)

Coauthor revision division of work email

Review progress query email

Journal “is this a fit” letter before submitting

Special issue submission letter

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If you’ve reviewed this course and still haven’t repaired your relationship with writing, de-clogged your pipeline, and reduced your everyday career stress, you deserve your money back. Just send us an email within 14 days of purchase giving our course a big old “reject!” and we’ll happily refund you, no questions asked.

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