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Top 5 Publishing News Stories 4/21-4/25

Every week we recommend 5 publishing news stories that young book professionals should read to feel more connected to what’s going on in the industry. There are only 5, so even if you weren’t able to read a thing all week, these should help keep you in the know. The next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary is slated for publication in 2034, and due to its mammoth size, it will likely be online only. This week, World Book Night kicked off with its programming centered on spreading the love of reading. The League of […]

Off the Beaten Path: Paul Harrington

This article was originally published on our parent site for the book publishing industry, Publishing Trends.  **** With the increasing fluidity among industries, it’s not unusual for executives to leave traditional publishing roles in favor of new business ventures. In this Off the Beaten Path series, we asked four former traditional publishing professionals how their publishing experience affects their roles in their current companies and what they miss about their old stomping grounds. Paul Harrington Vice President, Associate Publisher, CN Times; former Sales Representative at Oxford University Press How has your traditional American publishing experience been […]

Academic Publishing on Film: A Conversation with Mary Rose Synek

Given Publishing Trendsetter’s mild fixation on the under-explored corners of book business, I was immediately intrigued when I heard about Mary Rose Synek. She’s an actor and filmmaker who’s worked on a variety of productions and projects, and is currently the Director of the Writing Institute at Armory College Prep. But the project that piqued my curiosity is her series of five short documentaries developed over the last five years. Her subject: behind the scenes of professional and scholarly publishing. I spoke to Mary Rose Synek a few days after […]