At a time when environmental concerns are becoming ever greater and when traditional production patterns are increasingly called into question, does such a thing as an ecological, sustainable and socially responsible book exist? Could we envisage publishing houses and the book industry making environmental worries and social obligations and responsibilities central to all they do? And what would each of these terms actually mean in this context? Would it be better to talk of the “sustainable development of books and publishing”, a notion that covers the three dimensions (environmental, economic and social) of a responsible business – given that some of those involved reject this notion and are actually advocating degrowth in the book industry?
Read and relay the call for papers of the Bibliodiversity Journal’ issue (published in June 2020)!
Bibliodiversity Journal is co-published by Double ponctuation and the International Alliance of Independent Publishers.
• We would appreciate it if you could submit your contribution suggestions to the editorial team no later than the beginning of February 2020.
• Articles can be submitted up to the beginning of April 2020. These deadlines are necessary to leave time for double blind proofreading, copy going back to authors for possible changes, typographical corrections and for the work to be laid out. Thank you for your understanding.
• The publication (in paper and digital form) of this work is scheduled for June 2020