« Discussion

Which STM Publishing Topics Are Most Urgent for Us to Cover?

Which STM-related topics would you like to see Publishing Perspectives cover in more detail in the future?

By Edward Nawotka, Editor-in-Chief

At Publishing Perspectives we’re always working hard to expand the range of topics we cover that are relevant to the future growth of the publishing industry. As discussed in today’s feature story on the recent STM publishing conference in London, STM publishing offers several models that are relevant to the overall trade, as well as the continuing growth of the sector. And when it comes to digital publishing, STM publishers have been working digitally for far longer than the trade and are often at the vanguard of new innovation.

So, tell us, which STM-related topics would you like to see us cover in more detail in the future? Which are most urgent? And why? Let us know in the comments.

This entry was posted in Discussion and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.


  1. Posted April 24, 2012 at 4:12 am | Permalink

    I am a blogger with budding interests to get published. With the new frontiers of digital publishing, how can I get published? Do I still need a literary agent? How do I go about acquiring one when I am a lowly high school English teacher? What genres of writing are popular right now?

  2. Posted April 24, 2012 at 8:42 am | Permalink

    How about covering the success of PLoS ONE as a model for successful journal publishing, starting in STM and now spreading into other fields, like the social sciences through Sage Open?

    Enter your email address below to receive daily news updates from Publishing Perspectives.
    Click here to learn more about our newsletters
  • Monetize Your Backlist

    Organized by Publishing Perspectives

    Hear experts from publishing and technology discuss strategies and tools you can use to generate more revenue from your backlist content.

    What: Monetizing the Backlist event
    When: 9am–1pm on April 24, 2014
    Where: Scholastic Headquarters, NYC

    Buy your tickets now!