Meet the rights holders

Stefan Müller and “Complex Predicates”

We asked author Stefan Müller to tell us a little about his book Complex Predicates and why he wants to unglue it. As of October 15th, the campaign is at 29% and is definitely worth supporting. Q: Could you tell us a bit about who you are? Müller: I am professor for German and General Linguistics at the […]

Why the Radio Franglais campaign is fate

Not long ago I (Andromeda Yelton) and our rights director (Amanda Mecke) were talking to our newest author, Nancy Boulicault, about her campaign to unglue Radio Franglais. She was talking about schools and cultural groups she’s worked with, as an author and teacher (she runs workshops to promote bilingualism through creative writing). Several are in […]

Meet Lauren Pressley and Library Juice Press

As the Head of Instruction and an Associate Librarian at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University, a member of the American Library Association Council and the Library Information Technology Association Board of Directors, and a Library Journal Mover & Shaker awardee, Lauren Pressley knows a lot about how libraries work today. She’s […]

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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