Our Favorite Book Covers From 2017

Last week, Bookish revealed their favorite book covers of 2017. Since the year is almost over and the blog will soon be going to sleep for Winter break, we thought we would share five of our favorite book covers from the year. Continue reading “Our Favorite Book Covers From 2017”

Bridging the Gap: From the Classroom to Corporate America with Bette Rockmore

Bette Rockmore, Distinguished Professor of Publishing for the 2017-2018 academic year.

On November 29, on the 18th floor of 163 Williams Street, Bette Rockmore, the David Pecker Distinguished Professor of Publishing for the 2017-2018 academic year, presented on the fundamental difference between university and corporate America – and the shifts required to “bridge the gap” between the two. Continue reading “Bridging the Gap: From the Classroom to Corporate America with Bette Rockmore”

Independent Presses

A couple of weeks ago, we featured a few University Presses, including our own Pace University Press. This week, we bring you five independent presses that stand out in the publishing world against the Big 5. Continue reading “Independent Presses”

The M.S. in Publishing Program Hosts Chinese Media Executives

By Kirsten D. Sandberg, Adjunct Professor

For two weeks, from September 25 to October 5, Pace University hosted a delegation of Chinese media executives from Jiangsu province. They came to meet their counterparts in New York and learn current best-practices in publishing (digital technology) and broadcasting. Continue reading “The M.S. in Publishing Program Hosts Chinese Media Executives”

Celebrating 100 years with The Women’s National Book Association

Centennial poster design by Kerstin Vogdes Diehn of KV Design. Diehn is also a Pace M.S. in Publishing professor.

On October 28, 2017, at a gallery that prides itself on exhibiting the work of female artists, the Women’s National Book Association celebrated its centennial – 100 years of women writers, publishers, booksellers, and librarians, and their innumerable contributions to the literary community of the United States. Continue reading “Celebrating 100 years with The Women’s National Book Association”