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How do you find a publisher? Which press is right for your project? What else do publishers do?
In this new virtual series from SAR Press, director Sarah Soliz speaks with other editors in scholarly publishing to find out what kinds of resources and programs they can offer to our alumni community, as well as anyone interested in writing and publishing. In our next installment, Sarah will talk with Morgan Tunzelmann and Davis McKenzie from RavenSpace, a division of the University of British Columbia Press (UBC Press) and a publishing platform for media-rich, interactive books created in collaboration with Indigenous communities and scholars.
Join us to learn more about RavenSpace and the co-creative process behind its first publication, As I Remember It, a unique collaboration between Tla’amin elder and knowledge keeper Elsie Paul, her descendants, and a scholar, showing the potential of digital publishing forms to circulate Indigenous knowledges across networks and generations.
About the participants:
Morgan Tunzelmann is the market and business development manager for RavenSpace, UBC Press, where she supports the work of Indigenous authors and communities and advocates for respectful and collaborative publishing practices.
Davis McKenzie is Elsie Paul’s grandson and the co-author of As I Remember It: Teachings (ʔəms tɑʔɑw) from the Life of a Sliammon Elder (by Elsie Paul, with Davis McKenzie, Paige Raibmon, and Harmony Johnson). He works as a professional communicator.
Sarah Soliz directs SAR Press and develops resources for SAR’s community of writers and readers.