W&M Libraries can help you with your publication.We have books on book publishing.
There are several things you will want to do to get your name out there as a scholar, or at the very least as someone who's interested in a particular topic. These are:
Predatory journals are part of an exploitive open access publishing business model involving charging authors publication fees without providing editorial and other publishing services associated with legitimate journals (open access or not).
Chronicle of Higher Education's Lingua Franca (language and writing in academe) blog
Delta Think. (2018) OA Technology Options.
Etkin, Adam, Gaston, Thomas & Jason Roberts. Peer Review: Reform and Renewal in Scientific Publishing. University of Michigan, 2017. (A free ebook on current peer review practices and challenges.)
Forrester, A., Björk, B.-C. and Tenopir, C. (2017) New web services that help authors choose journals. Learned Publishing, 30: 281–287. doi:10.1002/leap.1112
Kafka, Alexander C. (May 30, 2018) Another Sign of a Tough Job Market: Grad Students Feel Bigger Push to Publish. Chronicle of Higher Education.
Saunders, Manu E. et al. Bringing ecology blogging into the scientific fold: measuring reach and impact of science community blogs R. Soc. Open Sci.; DOI: 10.1098/rsos.170957.
Some guidelines for using Twitter from the Chronicle of Higher Education's ProfHacker blog
Poster presentations are a great way to summarize a project. Here are some resources for putting together effective posters:
Flaherty, Colleen. (2019). #better poster.
Vaugh, KT. (2016). Conference Posters for All Libraries: Tips and Tricks for Posters that Educate, Advocate, Praise and Promote.