Book Update: Publish with Minor Revisions

I wanted to provide an update for my readers who have been following the progress of my book, Creative Infrastructures: Artists, Money, and Entrepreneurial Action.

            After some delay, I received a positive reader report from the publisher, Intellect Books. It was all one could hope for: thoughtful and constructive, with a conclusion to “publish with minor revisions.” Those revisions are now underway especially in response to the reader’s suggestion that I address race, class, and equity more directly. It is great feedback that provides a foundation for the revisions I am making now.  

            In short, all is on track for publication later this year!

About lindaessig

Linda Essig is Dean of the College of Arts & Letters at Cal State LA and principal/owner of Creative Infrastructure LLC. The opinions expressed on creativeinfrastructure are her own and not those of Cal State LA. You can follow her on twitter @LindaInPhoenix.
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2 Responses to Book Update: Publish with Minor Revisions

  1. Joe Davis says:

    Lindaessig, hope your revised book comes out without any hitches.

    As a writer, would you mind answering a question for me?

    is there a way to notate revisions on the copyright page? My book is a second edition, & I’ve made several changes though not enough to bump up the edition number. I’ve considered using the printer’s key (hybrid publisher, so not otherwise used), but it seems something like 2nd rev. or 2nd revision might work better. Your thoughts?

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