October was yet another exciting month of new releases for Michigan Publishing:
- We released a new journal! Check out Translating the Americas.
- The newest title in our Digital Humanities Series: Writing History in the Digital Age, edited by Kristen Nawrotzki and Jack Dougherty. See the announcement on the digitalculturebooks site.
- A new issue of The Journal of Electronic Publishing, Michigan Publishing’s flagship journal, is now available. JEP 16.1 marks the end of Rebecca Welzenbach’s term as JEP’s managing editor; Maria Bonn will take over as editor and Jonathan McGlone as Managing Editor. Issue 16.1 includes articles related to experiments in digital publishing: Rice University Press: Nascentis fame by Fred Moody, Do developing countries profit from free books?: Discovery and online usage in developed and developing countries compared by Ronald Snijder, and The Legacy of the Vanity Press and Digital Transitions by Timothy Laquintano.
- The Winter 2013 issue of the Michigan Quarterly Review is now online. MQR 52.1 features poetry, book reviews, and fiction. Each issue of MQR becomes freely available online six months after it is distributed in print.
- Feminist Studies published issue 39.2. The newest issue features original essays, commentary, poetry, and reviews. Feminist Studies is available in its entirety to subscribers, but anyone can search or browse the journal and purchase PDFs of individual articles.
- Philosopher’s Imprint, the open access philosophy series, released three new papers: “Degrees of Being” by Kris McDaniel; “Aquinas on judgment and the active power of reason” by Ursula Coope; and “Reason in its Practical Application” by E. Sonny Elizondo. The Imprint is free to all readers of the Web.