The peer-review process is rigorous, and our commissioning editors aim to establish an early collaborative relationship with you so we can be supportive throughout. We consider book proposals reviewed/suggested by one of the following Book Editorial Board Members which later will go through the peer-review process and if accepted it will publish in both ebooks and hard copies. Each book proposal will be reviewed by at least three reviewers and one or two assigned editors. You may contact any editorial board member for ideas/suggestions while preparing your book proposal. Usually, it takes 4-6 weeks to complete the review process. Please send questions and proposals to the director:

Director of Book Publications
Dr. Roy Chan, Lee University, USA

Book Editorial Board Members 

  1. Mousumi Mukherjee, OP Jindal Global University, 
  2. Ly Tran, Deakin University 
  3. Mingsheng Li, Massey University
  4. Aneta Hayes Keele University, 
  5. Mei Tian, Xi'an Jiaotong University, 
  6. Kun Dai, Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  7. Ravi Ammigan, University of Delaware, 
  8. Tasmeera Singh, University of Kwazulu-Nata 
  9. Eva Janebova Masaryk,  University Brno, 
  10. Elizabeth Buckner University of Toronto, 
  11. Susan Boafo-Arthur, University of Ghana, 
  12. Mary Eppolite, Mahidol University 
  13. David Green, Meijo University 
  14. Mónica Irene Camacho Lizárraga, Gobienro De Mexico,
  15. Benny Lim, Chinese University of Hong Kong,
  16. Samuel Adeyemo University of Pretoria,  
  17. Maya Fenty, Case Western Reserve University,
  18. Darla Deardorff, Duke University,  
  19. Amany Saleh, Arkansas State University, 

Digital Production Team

Sahar Aghasafari (Artist in Residence and Director of Digital Production) is an Art and Graphic Design Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina Lancaster. As an art educator and visual/media artist, her research focuses on interdisciplinary visual/media arts and science studies. Sahar holds a BFA in Fabrics Design from the University of Tehran, two master’s in art education from the University of Arizona and Art Research from the University of Tehran, and a Ph.D. in Art Education from the University of Georgia. E-mail:

Mary Watts (intern) graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas and has bachelor's degrees in biology and visual arts. Fascinated with both the sciences and the humanities, her Senior Capstone (2021) involved creating a digital art exhibit based on curation standards of medical facilities. E-mail: 

Deborah Goschy (intern) is a graphic designer, a published poet, an avid photographer, and an amateur
actor. She loves learning and holds degrees in graphic communications, mass communications,
and counseling and psychological services. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, children,
and their two cats. E-mail:

Costanza Lettieri earned  a bachelor degree in Visual Arts at LABA (Florence) and in 2015 wins the Alida Epremian competition with the artwork “Invisible cities”. In 2016 she attends a master in editorial illustration at Ars in Fabula (Macerata). In 2017 she specializes in stop motion animation at IED (Rome) and, always in 2017, she wins the &quot;Fabbrica makers&quot; scholarship at the Rome Opera Theatre where she used to work as set designer until 2018; in the same year she becomes co-founder of the company “Fantasmagorie studio” for the production of stop motion short films. In 2019 she wins a scholarship in engraving and printmaking organized by the International printmaking school “Il Bisonte” (Florence). In 2019, she also won the Buffetti Calendart competition, an illustrator award organized by the company. Currently, Costanza is finishing a master's degree in Illustration and printmaking at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome where she is also collaborator in the graphic department and works as freelance artist and illustrator with Italian and foreign independent magazines, publishers, companies, textile sector and for private commissions. E-mail: