MSU PRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Call for Chapter Proposals: “The Northern Midwest and the US-Canadian Borderlands: Essays on a Forgotten Region”
The editors of the collection will be Jon K. Lauck and Gleaves Whitney. Chapter proposals will be due November 19, 2018.
Book Trailer: A North Country Almanac [2:22]
Courtesy of Little Traverse Conservancy
VIDEO: on MSU PRESS YouTube:
VIDEO: Conversation: René Girard and Cynthia L. Haven [3.11]
MSU Press is pleased to announce a partnership with MSU Broad to launch the museum’s exhibition publication program, which will document the museum’s lead exhibitions each year, making the MSU Broad experience available to people across the globe.
The best art has always taken up the most significant issues of the world in which it exists and reframed vital ideas in ways that fundamentally shift people’s awareness and perceptions of their own world. The Eli and Edyth Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University aims to redefine viewers’ notions of their place in the world and to augment understandings of cultural, political, and social situations both near and far. As a university art museum, the MSU Broad serves as a gateway between the campus and the world, operating as a lab for the museum of tomorrow, where we develop new ideas about museums, exhibitions, and art in a changing world.
MSU PRESS HAS A NEW IMPRINT: WHEELBARROW BOOKS
Wheelbarrow Books, established in 2016, is an imprint of the RCAH Center for Poetry at Michigan State University, published and distributed by MSU Press. The biannual Wheelbarrow Books Poetry Prize is open to poets who have not yet published a first book. Series Editor: Anita Skeen. Professor in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) at Michigan State University, director of the Creative Arts Program at Ghost Ranch, and director of the Fall Writing Festival.
Announcing: Wheelbarrow Books Poetry Prize – Open for Submissions. Judge: Sarah Bagby, owner of Watermark Books & Café in Wichita, Kansas, and publisher of Watermark Press. Sarah served on the fiction panel of the 2015 National Book Awards.