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GW Publishing Book Club - author discussion for Book 4

  • 1.  GW Publishing Book Club - author discussion for Book 4

    Posted Thu February 16, 2023 11:52 AM
    GW Publishing Book Club
    Many of you are already members of our Publishing Book Club; if not, you may sign up here. It is free and open to all in the publishing, library, and scholarly communication communities.
    Discussion with author Korey Garibaldi
    Thursday. April 6, at 4:00 pm EST (in person on GW campus and via Zoom).
    We will meet in person and via zoom to discuss Impermanent Blackness: The Making and Unmaking of Interracial Literary Culture in Modern America, with Korey Garibaldi, published by Princeton University Press (Feb 2023--they are shipping now).
    This new book revisits the almost-forgotten American interracial literary culture that advanced racial pluralism in the decades before the 1960s
    Princeton set up a 50% discount code for print and ebook: join the book club at this here and we'll send you the code.
    Please RSVP here to join the discussion in person, on Thursday. April 6, at 4:00 pm EST, at GW's Foggy Bottom campus, with author Korey Garibaldi and MPS in Publishing student John Fisher, who worked on the book as a freelance editor.
    Note: Publishing Book Club members will get an invite to the zoom meeting; RSVP above for the in person event only.
    Please feel free to share both of these events with your members.
    In addition to GW's leading MPS in Publishing program, we have recently launched the Graduate Certificate in Publishing, and the Graduate Certificate in Publishing Management. Both programs are 18 credits, and all credits may be transferred to the master's program, and vice versa.

    John Warren
    Director and Associate Professor, MPS in Publishing
    George Washington University