More from 2015 UP Week
As we near the end of the 2015 University Press Week blog tour, here’s a shorthand of what our fellow esteemed presses have in the works today under the umbrella, “Conversations with Authors,” in addition to all of the great posts other presses have contributed so far:
- Gary Kramer, publicist at Temple University Press, interviews Eric Tang, author of Unsettled, about his scholarly publishing experiences
- Columbia University Press editor Christine Dunbar discusses the new Columbia UP Russian Library series of literature in translation in conversation with translators and scholars from the series board
- the University of Virginia Press profiles one of their authors via an intimate Q & A
- at the Beacon Press blog, executive editor Gayatri Patnaik speaks with author Jeanne Theoharis about The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks and the Rosa Parks papers
- Acquisitions editor Dawn Durante interviews Carol Stabile, editor of the Feminist Media Studies series, for the University of Illinois Press
- the University of Southern Illinois Press blog features questions and answers with Guy R. Hasegawa, author of Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the Civil War
- the University of Kansas Press hosts a discussion with Friended at the Front author Lisa Silvestri
- Marketing manager Marty Brown, of Oregon State University Press, talks with author Lawrence Landis about his writing process for A School for the People: A Photographic History of Oregon State University
- A Q & A between Liverpool University Press’s editorial director and the editor of one of their forthcoming open access e-textbooks, Using Primary Sources is in the works for LUP
- And finally, the University of Toronto Press sits down with one of their journal editors.
To read more about 2015 University Press Week—and see what you might have missed—click here.