Host Cathy Hannabach interviews disability media studies scholar Meryl Alper about the digital lives of diverse young people on the autism spectrum.
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Cathy Hannabach interviews Kristie Soares about the political power of pleasure, laughter, and joy in Latinx media.
Ideas on Fire is proud to be sponsoring the 2023 ACES Society for Editing virtual conference for developmental editors, copyeditors, and more!
How we are building intersectional feminist futures of peer review and a more just scholarly publishing ecosystem.
Cathy Hannabach’s keynote address on how building critical generosity into editorial practice is a key way we build the worlds we want to inhabit.
Join us for a panel discussion about editing agencies, including best practices for working with agencies and what it’s like to run your own.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Cynthia Franklin about movement politics, life writing, and radical solidarity beyond the human.
Awesome books in August from Ideas on Fire authors perfect for a beach read, fall syllabus planning, or research inspiration.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Magdalena L. Barrera and Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales about supporting Latinx graduate students in PhD and MA programs.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Katie Walkiewicz about the role of states’ rights in US settler colonialism, enslavement, and dispossession.
Enrollment is now open for our newest academic editing course: Writing a Great Editorial Letter or Report
Cathy Hannabach interviews Jasmine Nichole Cobb about haptic blackness and the cultural politics of Black hair in US visual culture.
Cathy Hannabach interviews women’s and gender studies professor Mairead Sullivan about the histories and futures of lesbian feminism.
Cathy Hannabach interviews ethnic studies scholar Josen Masangkay Diaz about US–Philippine relations during the Cold War and Filipino America today.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Erin Durban about how the relationship between the US and Haiti shapes the lives of queer and trans Haitians.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Jennifer Lynn Kelly about the temporality of ethnographic research and letting our writing projects change over time.
Congrats to our clients who published books this year! We loved working on these interdisciplinary books in queer studies, Black studies, media studies, and more.
Publishing your book during a global pandemic requires a lot more flexibility, self-compassion, and willingness to experiment.