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The Legal Hot Zone — The Hidden Role of Publishers in Academic and Scientific Legal Disputes

Legal issues are an inevitable part of publishing cutting-edge information in a world as political as academic research. However, the role of publishers in these matters, and their important contributions, are often concealed within necessary discretion. Continue reading

The Andraka Saga Continues — Vengeance via Wikipedia, and a More Complete View of the Claims

The Jack Andraka story develops further. SSP pages on Wikipedia are taken down by a disgruntled commentator. And Andraka’s draft paper gets a preliminary review, and both the reviewers and Andraka admit it’s less game-changing than the media has led us to believe. Continue reading

Taking Stock In the Kitchen: A Look Back at 2013

A look back at 2013 in The Scholarly Kitchen. Continue reading

The Whale Warehouse

What happens behind the scenes with all the stuff that won’t quite fit into a museum? Continue reading

Help Shape the Society For Scholarly Publishing’s 36th Annual Meeting

Preparations are underway for the 2014 Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting. Lend a hand and help shape the program. Continue reading

UPDATED — 73 Things Publishers Do (2013 Edition)

An updated version of the “60 Things Publishers Do” list, recognizing a baker’s dozen of contributions provided via comments, other Chefs, and a changing world. Continue reading

Join The Scholarly Kitchen for a Session at the Upcoming Publishing Business Conference & Expo

Join a group of Scholarly Kitchen “Chefs” for a session at the upcoming Publishing Business Conference & Expo. Continue reading

Stick to Your Ribs: A Proposed List — 60 Things Journal Publishers Do

Revisiting an attempt to list the things journal publishers do. Continue reading

Out of Office: Summer Reruns

We’re taking a week off. Continue reading

Another Perspective on Library-Press “Partnerships”

A response to Joe Esposito’s post last week about partnerships between libraries and university presses. Continue reading

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The mission of the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is "[t]o advance scholarly publishing and communication, and the professional development of its members through education, collaboration, and networking." SSP established The Scholarly Kitchen blog in February 2008 to keep SSP members and interested parties aware of new developments in publishing.
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