Author Archives: Nick

Nicholas Andelin’s interview with Dr. Warren Hedges of Southern Oregon University

Dr. Warren Hedges grew up in Springfield, Missouri, in a very conservative town (John Ashcroft is from there; Jerry Falwell went to college there; Jimmy Swaggart & Jim Baker got called back there to be defrocked). This left Warren with a … Continue reading

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Re: The Digital Shift

Although I did not attend the “From Print to Pixels” event, I am fascinated by the influence of technology and emerging media on culture and long-held customs. A recent theme in my studies involves contemplating the possibility of reconciling global … Continue reading

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The Flex and Flux of Publishing (Part 2)

For authors and editors, the call is a bit direr. As more and more books go digital and the sales of regular books are shrinking, authors may find themselves in an increasingly limited industry. Editors must report to editorial boards, … Continue reading

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The Flux and Flex of Publishing (Part 1)

We live in a volatile time. The world is changing. People are changing their minds about what’s important. Culture is changing. Social media is changing the way people interact. Even the local medium is changing from print & paper to … Continue reading

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