Well, top 21 actually: below I provide links to what seem to have been, one way or another, the most successful posts on this blog:
Professional and scholarly publishing
- From monograph to mesograph
- Academic libraries: what about self-publishing?
- Deconstructing journals?
- The case for grey literature
Economics of publishing
- Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how
- Scholarly publishing: why not co-operatives?
- The future of news, books, and the digital revolution (reblog of a speech by Lionel Barber)
- Investing in a publishing portfolio
- Creativity explained and Critique of The Warhol Economy (review and critique of Elizabeth Currid’s study of New York)
- A creative festival in print form: Philip Gross
- A walk down creativity street (Cambridge)
- A publisher visits Arcadia (the Fine Press Book Association’s biennial)
Reviews and critiques
- Perfect publishing (review of ‘The book of books: 500 years of graphic innovation’)
- The book that Elsevier should have read (review of Boutilier, Stakeholder politics)
- The high street: the failure of Mary Portas
- A blueprint for literature?
- Why not a master’s in editing?
- Enjoying the arts: the potential of co-operatives
- Solving the e-mail problem
- A student finance solution: human capital funds