University Press Week: Presses in Conversation with Authors Roundup

On the final day of University Press Week blog tour, several Presses interview authors about their experience publishing with UPs.

Temple University Press‘s publicist Gary Kramer interviews Eric Tang, author of Unsettled.

Columbia University Press‘s editor Christine Dunbar discusses the new Columbia University Press Russian Library series of literature in translation with translators and scholars from the series board.

University of Virginia Press features a Q&A with poets Tiana Clark and Emily Vizzo.

Beacon Press‘s Executive Editor Gayatri Patnaik interviews Jeanne Theoharis about her book The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks and the Rosa Parks papers.

University of Illinois Press‘s editor Dawn Durante inteviews Carol Stabile, editor of the Feminist Media Studies series.

Southern Illinois University Press interviews Guy R. Hasegawa, author of Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the American Civil War.

University Press of Kansas interviews Friended at the Front author Lisa Silvestri.

Oregon State University Press‘s marketing manager Marty Brown talks with author Lawrence Landis about his process in writing A School for the People: A Photographic History of Oregon State University.

Liverpool University Press features a conversation with its Editorial Director and the editor of one of our forthcoming open access e-textbooks, Using Primary Sources, which is destined for use on more than 20 taught modules at its home institution.

University of Toronto Press Journals features an interview with Galya Hildesheimer and Hemda Gur-Arie, authors of “Just Modeling?: The Modeling Industry, Eating Disorders, and the Law.