SAS Press Is Recruiting Authors!

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Do you have an idea for a book about SAS programming that you’ve been mulling over in your head? Did you write a paper for a conference that you want to expand? Or maybe you’ve been wishing there was a book on a certain SAS feature, but you can’t seem to find it. If so, SAS Press wants to hear from you!

SAS Press is looking for writers on a variety of topics, from beginning programming to advanced applications. Our authors come from across the SAS community, including programmers, professors, thought leaders, researchers, and statisticians. Writing a book for SAS is a great way to advance your career while building a platform for yourself as an expert in your field. We’ll help you shape your idea into a proposal and provide you with resources to ensure your book reaches its maximum potential.

One question that our editors get asked a lot is if there are specific topics that we are looking for. The answer is yes! We are open to any idea, but we are always looking to fill gaps in our catalog and support the latest SAS technologies. Here are some of the specific areas where we are currently recruiting authors:

  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Cloud computing and CAS
  • Fraud
  • Risk
  • Visual Analytics

If you have a book idea, we would love to hear from you. Email us at saspress@sas.com or take a look at the SAS Press website to learn more and submit your book idea.

Too Busy to Write? Review Instead!

If you have technical and teaching abilities but are too busy to write a book, we are always looking for qualified technical reviewers to help with our book development process! Reviewers receive a copy of the book when it’s published, book credit to be used in the SAS Store, and much gratitude from SAS and SAS Press authors for your help! Learn more about how to review one of our books.

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Suzanne Morgen

Developmental Editor

Suzanne Morgen is a Developmental Editor with SAS Press. She has degrees in English from Wellesley College and the University of Virginia. Guiding authors through the publication process is her passion, but when she is not working, Suzanne is either hiking in a forest or wishing she were hiking in a forest.

2 Comments

  1. Hi Suzanne! I have in my head some ideas about MERGE, without the restrictions that there are in Merge.
    I call this "The XMERGE Process". How can I publish my paper, when I have a reasonably good paper to show to you?

    Please send me an email, if You are interested!

    p.s.1 I wrote the first corrcet documentation of the IN= option in Merge - many years ago. Together with SAS Institute. See SAS Observations. XMERGE is a continuation of this work.

    p.s.2 Nice with hiking. I have been walking since 1962 in North Sweden, mainly between Kvikkjokk and Abisko. Around 55 walks. With rugsack (28+ kg), tent, sometimes a track to follow.

    "Both my AGE and my IQ are 71+!"

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