Monday, 16 February 2009

US edition of IQ

The very first US edition of IQ magazine is out now! IQ lets you in on all the latest releases and what the authors, editors and publishers at Intellect have to say! Why not take a look at what US IQ has to offer.

Hear what Intellect is all about in an exclusive interview with our Associate Publisher, May Yao: 'We have found that there is a real demand from authors and editors to get their original material published and to get their ideas out there, even if there isn’t already an established readership for them.'

Read relevant and up-to-date articles with a North American focus, including 'Defining and Exploring Community Music' in which Andy Lagrimas of New York University delves into the International Journal of Community Music. We interview Liza Palmer, Review Section Editor of Film International, and theatre fans won't want to miss the book focus article on forthcoming title The Trustus Plays.

There's a book review section, information about conferences and a timeline tracing Intellect's history. To download your copy, go to:

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Monday, 9 February 2009

New Full Backlist Catalogue

We now have an completely updated new list of all our available book titles all in one place – our full backlist catalogue!

Our ongoing commitment is to publish in new and emerging academic subject areas related to popular culture.Topics range from film studies, theatre and music, media and culture, art and design, education and some of our original titles in computing and artificial intelligence. This catalogue details all of our available titles published from 1987 to 2009 and features a selection of our books from each subject area.

Follow the link below to download the backlist catalogue as a PDF document:

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Monday, 2 February 2009

Author article

Olivia Turnbull, author of theatre title: Bringing Down the House: The Crisis in Britain’s Regional Theatres has written an article about the regional theatre crisis for She looks at the recent problems faced by the Bristol Old Vic and how they reflect wider issues facing Britain's theatres in the 21st century, issues also comprehensively explored in her book.

To read Olivia's article in full visit:

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