Happy University Press Week 2020! This year’s theme, Raise UP, highlights the role that the university press community plays in elevating authors, subjects, and whole disciplines, bringing new perspectives, ideas, and voices to readers around the globe. Today on the blog tour, visit these great offerings that illuminate how university presses highlight creative voices:
- Northwestern University Press highlights Art Is Everything by Yxta Maya Murray.
- Notre Dame University Press interviews colleagues about the value of university press publishing.
- University of Michigan Press illuminates voices in the music and performance studies spaces in new and exciting ways.
- University of Athabasca Press shares the importance of publishing creative work alongside scholarly monographs.
- For University of Toronto Press, Charlotte Corden writes about the creative process involved in illustrating the book Light in Dark Times.
- Bristol University Press features author Rob Kitchin discussing research creation and creative practice in critical data studies.
- On Bucknell University Press‘s blog, Kevin Cope shares creative approaches to studying and writing about 18th-century literature.
- University of Toronto Press Journals guest blogger Thalia Gonzalez Kane talks about creative production in theatre during the pandemic.
- UBC Press hosts a Q&A with Gerilee McBride about the design behind their open-access book, It’s All Good.