I recently had an essay published in a semi-academic journal. It was widely shared and consequently got picked up by a few other online magazines who republished it. How do I list this on a CV? As separate publications with the title, or a note explaining the situation?

  • Was it peer reviewed? – Anonymous Physicist Jul 20 '19 at 10:09
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    No, not peer reviewed. It was a commissioned piece in a magazine that discusses theory. – Simon Jul 21 '19 at 12:39
  • It...got picked up by a few other online magazines who *republished it* (emphasis added). This surely violates copyright, which (respectable) magazines would surely not do. Have I misunderstood? – user2768 Aug 19 '19 at 11:27

People usually add press coverage in a note after the publication eg C. Xavier “On Human Genetic Mutation”, thesis, 1975 Press Coverage: CNN, BBC


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