We are pleased to announce that our Subscribe to Open initiative, LUP Open Planning, has now reached its target for 2023. This means that this year's content from our planning and development journals, Town Planning Review and International Development Planning Review, is now available to read freely via Open Access!
Women in Ancient Cultures series appoints new editor and committee member
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new series editor and new editorial committee member for Women in Ancient Cultures We are pleased to announce that Marta Ameri, currently Associate Professor of Art at Colby College, is joining the team of series editors for the Women in Ancient Cultures book series since Dr Greg Gilles has … Continue reading
What Music Does Humanity Make?
New on the blog: 200 years on from Wordsworth's appearance at a musical party, Yimon Lo shares her thoughts on the poet as a 'musical' figure and provides insight on her new book Musical Wordsworth.
Introducing ‘Unmasking the Red Death’: examining Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death’ in light of lockdowns and the COVID-19 pandemic
We are delighted to introduce Unmasking the Red Death, the latest special collection from Modern Languages Open. Contributions examine Edgar Allan Poe’s short story The Masque of the Red Death in light of lockdowns and the COVID-19 pandemic, exploring the central role that culture can have in times of crisis. Here, the co-editor of the collection, Emily Baker explains how this open access collection of articles came about and the research context and thinking that informs it.
Pavilion Poetry Spring 2023
Our three new collections from Pavilion Poetry are now available: Standing in the Forest of Being Alive by Katie Farris, Local Interest by Emily Hasler, and Nocturne by Jodie Hollander! Standing in the Forest of Being Alive is a memoir-in-poems that reckons with erotic love even as the narrator is diagnosed and treated for breast cancer … Continue reading