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What does a publisher do? Create work, outsource

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

What does a publisher do? Create work, outsource

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how

This post summarises a workshop led by Monographer at the 2012 annual conference of the National Association of Writers in Education on 10 November. Context There are many reasons why self-publishing is burgeoning. Some of them are summarised in this post

Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how

This post summarises a workshop led by Monographer at the 2012 annual conference of the National Association of Writers in Education on 10 November. Context There are many reasons why self-publishing is burgeoning. Some of them are summarised in this post

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What does a publisher do?

‘What does a publisher do?’ is the title of a series of posts designed to explain what a publisher does – what operations a publisher performs. The series includes the following: Introduction (10 Dec 2011) Managing stakeholders (13 & 19

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What does a publisher do?

‘What does a publisher do?’ is the title of a series of posts designed to explain what a publisher does – what operations a publisher performs. The series includes the following: Introduction (10 Dec 2011) Managing stakeholders (13 & 19

Indexing monographs in the digital age

This post by Agata Mrva-Montoya is reblogged  by kind permission from Sydney University Press’s impressive blog, ‘Sydney Publishing‘. Agata writes: An index and a bibliography have been integral components of scholarly monographs, and academics remain some of the most dedicated

Indexing monographs in the digital age

This post by Agata Mrva-Montoya is reblogged  by kind permission from Sydney University Press’s impressive blog, ‘Sydney Publishing‘. Agata writes: An index and a bibliography have been integral components of scholarly monographs, and academics remain some of the most dedicated

The future of news, books, and the digital revolution

On 14 September 2011 Lionel Barber, editor of Financial Times (FT), gave this year’s Fulbright lecture, entitled ‘The Future of News and Newspapers in the Digital Revolution’.  The full text of Barber’s lecture may be downloaded from the Guardian website. The purpose of the current

The future of news, books, and the digital revolution

On 14 September 2011 Lionel Barber, editor of Financial Times (FT), gave this year’s Fulbright lecture, entitled ‘The Future of News and Newspapers in the Digital Revolution’.  The full text of Barber’s lecture may be downloaded from the Guardian website. The purpose of the current

The Future of Publishing (II): unbundling and convergence

So the argument of the previous post was that (a) two essential functions of publishing are providing a brand and co-ordinating services, (b) that these required different sets of skills, and so (c) publishing is ripe for unbundling. This explains

The Future of Publishing (II): unbundling and convergence

So the argument of the previous post was that (a) two essential functions of publishing are providing a brand and co-ordinating services, (b) that these required different sets of skills, and so (c) publishing is ripe for unbundling. This explains