Andromeda

De Gruyter title list

If you subscribe to our newsletter, you already know that Berlin-based academic publisher De Gruyter is offering 100 books for potential ungluing. There aren’t campaigns yet — that’s up to you! We’ll run campaigns for whichever books have the most support. You can tell us which books you support by adding them to your wishlist. […]

Unglue.it ♥ libraries

We feel great about all the support we’ve gotten from the library community.  It was fun meeting, and catching up with, so many librarians at our table in the exhibit hall at the American Library Association Midwinter conference in Seattle.  (And, let’s be honest, it was also great that some of you brought me snacks. […]

The Unglue.it/LibraryThing glee club smackdown

It’s not all book rights, author profiles, payment processors, web development, and campaign stats around here. Even in a decentralized company with no face-to-face office, one has to have some hijinks and shenanigans. Here’s ours. The Library 2.0 Ideas twitter feed (@library2) randomly generates modern (trendy? insane?) ideas for library services every half hour. A […]

Meet Joseph Nassise

Meet Joseph Nassise

We’ve asked each of our first five rights holders to help us write a blog post introducing themselves to you — giving you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into themselves and their work. But Unglue.it staffer Andromeda was having entirely too much fun learning about Joseph Nassise, so she wrote this up herself. You guys!  Zombies. So […]

Meet Open Book Publishers

Meet Open Book Publishers

We’ve asked each of our first five rights holders to help us write a blog post introducing themselves to you — giving you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into themselves and their work. Here’s what independent, open-access scholarly publisher Open Book had to say. Open Book Publishers was founded in 2008 by Cambridge academics Alessandra Tosi and […]

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