Tag: publishing

Friday Reads: Counterculture Colophon: Grove Press, the Evergreen Review, and the Incorporation of the Avant-Garde by Loren Glass


From Amazon.com: Responsible for such landmark publications as Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Tropic of Cancer, Naked

Emerging Technologies: A Primer for Librarians – 25% off code


Want to order my next book, co-authored with Jennifer Koerber, and get 25% off the

Throwback Thursday: Using the Internet as a Reference Tool


Back in June 2001 my first book for librarians was published. And today, you, yes

Backlash Against Mockingbird Sequel as Concerns for Author’s Status Come Out


The reading world was riveted earlier this week by reports that a long-awaited second volume

Throwback Thursday: Using the Internet as a Reference Tool


This wasn’t my first book, but was my first book for librarians. Published by Neal-Schuman

Friday Video: Library As Publisher


What do you think about when you think about Library as Publisher? Ready to jump right in? Are you eager to jump in but wondering where to start? Or perhaps you are asking yourself just what the heck this idea of “Library as Publisher” actually means! Now is your opportunity to learn the answers to […]

Cory Doctorow: Oxford English Dictionary – the future


I hadn’t reckoned on the fact that Oxford University Press is an academic publisher, and

Hugh Howey takes on the Author’s Guild


I’ve not yet read any of Hugh Howey’s work but I’ve heard enough good things

Google Search Secrets is off to the printer


It’s been a long time coming but Google Search Secrets authored by yours truly and my NLC colleague Christa Burns is done and, according to ALA, off to the printer. We should see our copies by the end of the month and it should be available for purchase in early November. (However, you’re welcome to pre-order […]