University Press Week Blog Tour Day 3: #TurnItUp The Neighborhood

November 19, 2019 / 5 mins read

The Neighborhood (local or regional publishing) is today’s theme for the UPWeek Blog Tour. And we’ve got quite the all star line up!

University of Washington Press: “What Prisoners Tell Us: The Making of Concrete Mama”

University of Georgia Press: “Q&A with Sandra Beasley, Editor of Vinegar and Char”

Oregon State University Press: “Stormy Behavior: John Dodge on the Psychology of the 1962 Columbus Day Storm”

The Ohio State University Press: “Time and Change: A Commemorative Retrospective Unites the Buckeye Nation”

University Press of Mississippi: “An Interview with Catherine Egley Waggoner and Laura Egley Taylor”

Syracuse University Press: “An Author’s View of a Regional Press”

Fordham University Press: “We Will Keep Black Brooklyn Alive”

University of Illinois Press: “Introducing Flame & Flight Books, A New Regional Trade Imprint”

Northwestern University Press: “Second to None Series Editor Harvey Young”

University of Toronto Press: “Toronto: A City of Neighbourhoods”

University of Texas Press: “An Oral History of Huston Rap”

Temple University Press: “Finding Diamonds in Our Own Backyard”

University of Manitoba Press: “Mapping Rooster Town Back In”

The University of Alberta Press: “The Universality of Local Stories by Carissa Halton”

Columbia University Press: “New York, Brooklyn, and Harlem’s People, Places, and History”

Rutgers University Press: “Take a walk around Harlem with Rutgers University Press!”