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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Independent Publishing: Making and Preserving Culture in a Global Literary Marketplace
Authors: Donnell, Alison
Low, Gail
Ray, Murray Padmini
Squires, Claire
Folorunso, Femi
Nash, Andrew
Poynting, Jeremy
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Citation: Donnell A, Low G, Ray Murray P, Squires C, Folorunso F, Nash A & Poynting J (2012) Independent Publishing: Making and Preserving Culture in a Global Literary Marketplace. The Carnegie Trust. Scottish Universities Insight Institute.
Issue Date: Mar-2012
Publisher: Scottish Universities Insight Institute
Abstract: First paragraph: This report results from a Programme of Enquiry funded and hosted by the Scottish Insight Universities Institute (Scottish Insight), on the theme of Independent Publishing: Making and Preserving Culture in a Global Literary Marketplace. A series of events was held from June-August 2011 in Scottish Insight's premises in Glasgow, with an additional event held at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in association with Publishing Scotland in August 2011. The events brought together publishers, authors, policy makers, government, librarians, academics from multidisciplinary backgrounds, publishing students, and others with an involvement in books and publishing from Scotland, the UK and beyond. The Programme was supplemented by a series of interviews with independent publishers.
Type: Research Report
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Affiliation: University of Reading
University of Dundee
English Studies
English Studies
Creative Scotland
University of Reading
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