Posts Tagged: educational publishing

Publishing out of Africa — and other stories

I was alerted to Alan Hill’s memoir, In pursuit of publishing (John Murray, 1988), by Nana Ayebia Clarke MBE (the Managing Director of Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd). The book recounts a remarkable career with Heinemann, centred on the development of Heinemann

Publishing out of Africa — and other stories

I was alerted to Alan Hill’s memoir, In pursuit of publishing (John Murray, 1988), by Nana Ayebia Clarke MBE (the Managing Director of Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd). The book recounts a remarkable career with Heinemann, centred on the development of Heinemann

On publishing 53 interesting ideas

Under our P&H imprint, we — that is, Frontinus Ltd — publish a series of books called Professional and Higher Education. Each book contains 53 practical ideas. The content concerns various aspects of teaching, learning, and (more recently) research in

On publishing 53 interesting ideas

Under our P&H imprint, we — that is, Frontinus Ltd — publish a series of books called Professional and Higher Education. Each book contains 53 practical ideas. The content concerns various aspects of teaching, learning, and (more recently) research in

Telling stories: Studying creative writing

I wrote in the 200th post on Monographer that I would be using this blog more to tell some of the stories behind publishing decisions. Today’s post, then tells the story of our latest publication in our Creative Writing Studies

Telling stories: Studying creative writing

I wrote in the 200th post on Monographer that I would be using this blog more to tell some of the stories behind publishing decisions. Today’s post, then tells the story of our latest publication in our Creative Writing Studies

Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation grant awarded to Anthony Haynes

Author Anthony Haynes has won a grant to enable him to complete educational research in Japan. The grant, administered within the Society of Authors’ Authors’ Foundation, comes from The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation (http://www.gbsf.org.uk/), which seeks to promote an enhanced

Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation grant awarded to Anthony Haynes

Author Anthony Haynes has won a grant to enable him to complete educational research in Japan. The grant, administered within the Society of Authors’ Authors’ Foundation, comes from The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation (http://www.gbsf.org.uk/), which seeks to promote an enhanced

Twitter on publishing revisited: language and editing

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 publishing the book industry supply chain and readership the creative economy and IP. Twitter doesn’t

Twitter on publishing revisited: language and editing

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 publishing the book industry supply chain and readership the creative economy and IP. Twitter doesn’t

Twitter on publishing revisited: authorship and writing

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 publishing the book industry supply chain and readership the creative economy and IP. Twitter doesn’t

Twitter on publishing revisited: authorship and writing

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 publishing the book industry supply chain and readership the creative economy and IP. Twitter doesn’t

Texts on publishing (IV)

My first job in publishing was commissioning editor at Cassell. I was aware that editors at other companies had slightly different titles – Commissioning & Acquisitions Editor, for example, or plain Acquisitions Editor. And, when I looked into this, I

Texts on publishing (IV)

My first job in publishing was commissioning editor at Cassell. I was aware that editors at other companies had slightly different titles – Commissioning & Acquisitions Editor, for example, or plain Acquisitions Editor. And, when I looked into this, I