Reading Electronically

Last week was definitely a wild one for UPK and all of our fellow members from the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) as everyone gathered in Salt Lake City, Utah for AAUP’s annual conference. A lot was talked about, and a lot was learned, especially about ebooks and the future of reading/publishing. As for UPK, we have all kinds of ebooks for those of you who like to read on your computer, smartphone, Kindle, Nook, or iDevice. Which brings me to the question, what kinds of things do you like to read as ebooks? Are there any of our books you’re dying to see for your ereader that just aren’t there? Or maybe they are difficult to read for some reason. We’re here, and we’re listening to your feedback, so shout it out! And of course, we will always be here to let you know what’s new and notable around UPK.

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About University Press of Kentucky

The University Press of Kentucky has a dual mission—the publication of books of high scholarly merit in a variety of fields for a largely academic audience and the publication of books about the history and culture of Kentucky, the Ohio Valley region, the Upper South, and Appalachia. The Press is the statewide mandated nonprofit scholarly publisher for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, operated as an agency of the University of Kentucky and serving all state institutions of higher learning, plus five private colleges and Kentucky's two major historical societies.

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