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  • Max Porter.jpg Guest blog: Why publishing mattersIt is hard not to feel conflicted about publishing. Feeling conflicted is healthy. In this current global crisis some thoughts of futility are inevitable. What's the point of publishing books... 02/02/2017
  • Brendan.jpg Guest Blog: Academic publishing is my vocationWhat makes someone want to be an academic publisher? Is it possible for academic publishing to be a vocation? 27/01/2017
  • Sarah Stanton.jpg Guest blog: Publishing ShakespeareWhen people ask me what my job is, and I reply that I publish the Shakespeare list at Cambridge University Press, they often look puzzled, 'Don't we know all the plays already?' 26/01/2017
  • B Denne.jpg Career Spotlight: Taylor & FrancisThe Editorial Director of Humanities, Media & Arts Books, the Books Production Editorial Manager and the Editor of Medieval and Early Modern History discuss their roles at Taylor & Francis. 24/01/2017
  • Buchmesse_2014_3423.JPG Guest blog: The future of the academic bookCommercial publishers handle the majority of all published academic books. And while we continue to work like companies, while we are part of the interplay between supply and demand, at the same time... 23/01/2017
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