Angus Phillips is new editor of Logos
Logos, one of the premier publishing journals and now 21 years old, is a forum for opinion and the latest research from the international world of publishing. Published by the Dutch publisher Brill, it provides a platform for communication between publishing professionals, librarians, authors, scholars, and those in allied professions. From this Spring the new editor is Angus Phillips, Director of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies at Oxford Brookes University. The journal has also been relaunched with a new design using the Brill typeface.
In the first issue there are contributions on a range of subjects, from the future of trade publishing to publishing in India and censorship in Iran. Contributors include Susan Wallace Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief at Harvard University Press, Miha KovaÄ, Publisher at Mladinska knjiga in Slovenia, and Michael Bhaskar, Digital Publishing Manager at Profile Books. To take out a subscription, please visit http://www.brill.nl/logos
The editorial board for the journal has the following members: Angus Phillips (Editor-in-Chief), Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies; David Attwooll, Attwooll Associates, Oxford; Jens Bammel, International Publishers Association; Robin Derricourt, Sydney; David Emblidge, Emerson University, Boston; Francis Galloway, University of Pretoria; Jonathan Glasspool, Bloomsbury Publishing; Miha KovaÄ, University of Ljubljana and Mladinska Knjiga; Laurens van Krevelen, Bloemendaal; Charles M. Levine, New York; Werner Mark Linz, American University in Cairo Press; Fang Qing, Wuhan University; John Thompson, University of Cambridge; Adriaan van der Weel, University of Leiden; Rüdiger Wischenbart, Content and Consulting, Vienna