A blog about Bloomsbury Academic's 33 1/3 series, our other books about music, and the world of sound in general.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Book proposals, etc

Several of you have been asking about when we might be accepting new proposals again, or where to send such proposals for the series. As of right now, we have a pretty full 33 1/3 pipeline - we'll have new books coming through until the early part of 2012 at least, so we're unable to accept any new proposals at this time. If/when that situation changes, any such announcements will be made here first, obviously!

Continuum does, of course, publish other music-related books. Moving forward, these will almost entirely be of a scholarly/academic nature. If you have a book idea or full proposal you'd like to discuss, that fits with that remit, then drop me a line: david at continuum-books dot com.

10 comments:

DrReverend said...

It's hard to believe that you haven't published a book about a Kraftwerk record.

John Mark said...

We actually have a bigger non-33.3 book on the way about Kraftwerk, hopefully in the fall of 2010...

sonofthesun said...

Or Husker Du...

Ross said...

Now is the time for a 33 1/3 on Sparklehorse - Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot.

Sonic Iconoclasts said...

Nah, instead of Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot, probably Good Morning Spider. It was far more groundbreaking and was released a few years after his overdose. With that album, there's far more material/documentation to work with and produce an entire book.

Tim said...

You should really do books on The Pop Group "Y" and Massive Attack "Blue Lines".

Trevor from Melbourne said...

A book on the wonderful Rock Bottom by Robert Wyatt please. First sale, right here.

c said...

Any plans on a book about either of talk talk's masterworks: SPIRIT OF EDEN or LAUGHING STOCK?

Looking forward to reading the new book on PE's NATION OF MILLIONS - if it's anything as informative as the PAUL'S BOUTIQUE read, I'm in for a nice ride.

Thanks for the greatest series on music recordings ever published. I look forward to many more years of insightful reads.

MrJM said...

I second those votes for Husker Du and Massive Attack. As well, how about Bad Brains, Neu, Can and the New Pornographers?

niko said...

massive attack blue lines pleeaaase!!!