Twitter on publishing revisited: publishing
Last summer (2011) I wrote a series of posts reviewing Twitter accounts that provided useful sources of information on:
- writing and authorship
- language and editing
- the book industry supply chain and readership
- the creative economy and IP.
Twitter doesn’t stand still for long. It is time to revisit and refresh those reviews.
In the third post – on Twitter accounts dealing with publishing – I recommended @jaynedmarks (Jayne Marks, Sage), @nishadoshi (Nisha Doshi, CUP), and @agatamontoya (Agata Mrva-Montoya, Sydney University Press).
Of these, @agatamontoya remains very much a key source of intelligence on publishing. I find her tweets informative, wide-ranging, and entertaining.
Here I would like to add a couple of finds since the previous post. The first is @foliomag. This is the richly informative account of Folio magazine. It has become my number one source on magazine publishing.
The second is @TweeteRR. This is the account of Regine Reincke of REXTRA Projects and Publishing. She tweets in English and in Dutch. @TweeteRR is particularly strong on scholarly publishing.