Sunday, November 23, 2008
University of Minnesota Press launches Minnesota Archive Editions
"The University of Minnesota Press has announced an ambitious program, Minnesota Archive Editions, that will establish Minnesota as the first university press to return into print virtually every book published since its founding in 1925. 'We've already made more than 600 of our out-of-print titles available again,' stated Marketing Director Emily Hamilton, 'and within the next six months we will have every title back in print except those for which we don’t have full rights or which are not suitable for digital printing.' Minnesota Archive Editions is the result of an innovative four-way partnership of the Press; Minneapolis-based company BookMobile; BookSurge, an Amazon.com company; and Google Books"