University Press Week concludes with blog tour day 5’s theme of #PublishUP: Presses in Conversation with Authors. Today’s posts:
- Beacon Press: Executive editor Gayatri Patnaik interviews Jeanne Theoharis on The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks and the Rosa Parks papers
- Columbia University Press: Editor Christine Dunbar discusses the new Columbia UP Russian Library series of literature in translation with translators and scholars
- University of Illinois Press: Acquisitions Editor Dawn Durante interviews Carol Stabile, editor of the Feminist Media Studies series
- Southern Illinois University Press: Q&A with Guy R. Hasegawa, author of Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the Civil War
- University Press of Kansas: Q&A with Friended at the Front author Lisa Silvestri
- Liverpool University Press: Q&A with LUP’s Editorial Director and editor of Using Primary Sources
- Oregon State University Press: Marketing manager Marty Brown talks with author Lawrence Landis about his process in writing A School for the People: A Photographic History of Oregon State University
- Temple University Press: Gary Kramer, publicist, interviews Eric Tang, author of Unsettled
- University of Toronto Press Journals: interview with a journal editor
- University of Virginia Press: Q&A with an author
- Manchester University Press: Q&A with an author
See links to posts from blog tour day 1, theme: Surprising!
See links to posts from blog tour day 2, theme: The Future of Scholarly Publishing (including our feature post from director John Sherer: The Case for Financial Support of Your University Press).
See links to posts from blog tour day 3, theme: Design in University Press and Scholarly Publishing.
See links to posts from blog tour day 4, theme: #TBT (Throwback Thursday).