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title: Update from the Lever Press Annual Meeting
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Once a year in late summer, the Editorial Board and the Oversight Committee
come together in person with staff for a two-day meeting at the University of
Michigan, hosted by our partners, Michigan Publishing.
date: 2019-09-24T14:23:41.310Z
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Lever Press conducts much of the business of governance virtually since our leaders and operations are scattered across North America. The Editorial Board and the Oversight Committee each meet monthly via Zoom, supplemented by copious e-mail, phone traffic, and online document editing (not to mention the annual membership meeting in the Fall). But once a year in late summer, the Board and the Committee come together in person with staff for a two-day meeting at the University of Michigan, hosted by our partners, Michigan Publishing. This year we met on August 13th and 14th.
The two days are organized into separate and joint meetings of the two groups so that the groups can build relationships as separate entities with separate roles in the organization, but also together–along with the staff of the press–as the leadership of the organization. The core of the meeting was consideration of the final report from TBI Consulting and, based on that set of recommendations, development of plans for Phase 2 of Lever Press, since the first round of funding ends in December 2020. We discussed what we had learned from these first years of planning and operation, and considered membership models that will enable us to fulfill our goals for the next few years as we transition from experimental venture to sustainable operations. We also came up with the messaging that we think will be successful in building a firm base amongst stakeholders: those libraries (and their administrations) that have funded the Press from the very beginning; new members who want join in building this innovative press; potential authors who may be looking for a publishing venue like ours; and the wider scholarly community who want access to high quality books for their teaching and research. Expect to hear more about the results of this work at the membership meeting at Bucknell University in October. It wasn’t all hard graft–we also enjoyed meals together and Charles Watkinson of Michigan Publishing kindly arranged for us to hear a presentation from Kathleen Fitzpatrick of Michigan State University, who shared ideas from her book Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019). If you are interested in a sustainable future for American higher education and scholarly communication, and if you are reading this newsletter and supporting Lever Press then I am sure you are, it is a book well worth reading.
—Jonathan Miller, Chair of the Oversight Committee
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title: From the Director
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Beth Bouloukos, Director of Lever Press, reports on recent activities
including Lever's first catalog, upcoming conferences, and new promotional
materials.
date: 2019-09-27T14:29:55.200Z
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I am excited to share that we are preparing our first catalog here at Lever Press and we will release it in October! We will be announcing 7 new titles that will come out this academic year. Five of the titles have authors or contributors from Lever Press consortium member campuses. The books range in topic from the resurgence of vinyl to race and class in engineering education. I hope that our first batch of titles helps us promote Lever in a way that gets scholars to understand that we will consider any topic as long as it falls in line with the liberal arts ethos of the Press.
I will be attending the National Women’s Studies Association in November to continue to grow our pipeline in this area. January will be a busy conference month for us. I will be on two panels at the American Historical Association; one on OA publishing with our author Stefan Tanaka and another broadly on monograph publishing. I will also attend the Modern Language Association conference in my capacity as a member of the delegate assembly in a seat that is dedicated to publishing issues in the profession. Our new editor will attend the Society for Classical Studies conference, as it is the same weekend as the AHA. The MLA, SCS, and AHA were held at the same time last year and I somehow made it to all three!
The editorial board is hard at work on revising the description of the editorial agenda so that we can produce new promotional material for fall conferences. We will use this as an opportunity to announce our two new series. Once the promotional card is edited and designed, we will send out copies for use on your own campuses.
Currently, I’m the chair of the Acquisitions Committee for the AUPresses and have put together a webinar on Quality in Peer Review. It took place on September 19 for Peer Review Week. We had participation from journal and book editors and addressed issues related to citation politics, peer review of digital and open access projects, and new forms of review. Our charge this year is to revise the [AUPresses Handbook on Best Practices for Peer Review](http://www.aupresses.org/resources/for-members/handbooks-and-toolkits/peer-review-best-practices). We are also going to develop an inventory of Good Practice for Editorial Board Governance.
I have invited Cheryl Ball to give a talk on Amherst’s campus during Open Access Week next month. I encourage you to think about how you can promote the work of Lever at your own OA Week events
—Beth Bouloukos, Director of Lever Press
![Portrait photograph of Beth Bouloukos](/assets/beth_headshot.jpg)
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title: 'Lever Press: An Overdue Update on Our Progress'
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A Twitter thread over the weekend from our colleagues at Punctum Books,
another library-supported publisher of open access books, was a good reminder
that Lever Press lives in a dynamic open access ecosystem where its funders
and authors are not the only stakeholders.
date: 2019-05-07T18:40:01.238Z
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A [Twitter thread over the weekend from our colleagues at Punctum Books](https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1124456090991616002.html), another library-supported publisher of open access books, was a good reminder that Lever Press lives in a dynamic open access ecosystem where its funders and authors are not the only stakeholders. Over the last six months, we’ve had our heads down commissioning books, producing our first titles, and managing a transition of leadership from inaugural director Mark Edington to our dynamic acquisitions lead Beth Bouloukos. We have been working intensively with our Oversight Committee, representing the funding institutions, and Editorial Board, the faculty leadership group that determines what we publish and oversees its quality, but we have been much less good at communicating our progress more publicly.
Punctum Books asked a series of good questions about what Lever Press is up to in their thread, but ones that were difficult to answer in a Tweet. So we’ve decided to post Punctum’s questions and our answers on our blog, even if this is embarrassingly our first post in this forum this year — something we need to fix.
**Q: “Mark Edington, former director of** [**@AmCollPress**](https://twitter.com/AmCollPress) **and the** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press) **initiative is now an Episcopal bishop living in Paris?”**
A: Yes, he is. Mark was inaugurated as the 26th bishop in charge of the [Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe ](http://www.tec-europe.org)on April 6 at the [Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity](http://amcathparis.com) in Paris. Quite a career turn, offering a truly alt-ac trajectory. However the move from publisher to bishop was not quite so surprising to those who know Mark, because at the same time as being Director of Amherst College Press and publisher of Lever Press, Mark was Rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Newtonville, Massachusetts. Combining other day jobs with their work as ministers is part of the economic reality of many churches and a topic that Mark explores in his book [Bivocational: Returning to the Roots of the Ministry](https://www.amazon.com/Bivocational-Returning-Ministry-Mark-Edington/dp/0819233862/).
**Q: “Has anyone been appointed to run** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press) **since Mark Edington’s departure?”**
A:Yes. It took a while to manage the HR formalities that allowed the formal appointment of Dr. Beth Bouloukos, the energetic acquisitions editor who joined Amherst College Press / Lever Press in a dual capacity in late 2017. Indeed the announcement that Beth would become Director of Amherst College Press and Lever Press was only publicly made on May 1.
That announcement noted that “Beth received her doctorate from Cornell University where she researched Latin American literature, film, and culture through a feminist lens. Before beginning to acquire for Amherst and Lever almost two years ago, she built lists in gender and sexuality studies, education, and Latin American/Latinx studies at SUNY Press. She has been a strong advocate for projects that give a platform to historically marginalized voices. She has also served as a visiting assistant professor of Spanish at Fairfield University and the University at Albany, SUNY. Outside of work, she volunteers her time with organizations that strive for immigration justice.” We’re really excited to have Beth as director.
**Q: “What is the progress toward releasing books? Does it have titles forthcoming, built with** [**@fulcrumpub**](https://twitter.com/fulcrumpub) **as promised? The Lever Press website appears to be somewhat defunct?”**
A: The founders of Lever Press at Amherst and Michigan were, frankly, over-optimistic in how quickly we could build the new press’s publishing program although momentum is finally building. This year three titles are appearing, there are twenty more under contract, and a substantial number in the development pipeline. [Promissory Notes](https://www.fulcrum.org/concern/monographs/m613mz330), by Robin Goodman, appeared in the spring, History without Chronology, by Stefan Tanaka will be published this spring, and Make it New: Reshaping Jazz in the 21st Century by Bill Beutler, will come out this fall.
While we have the production capacity and funding to do so, we won’t accomplish sixty books by 2021 unless the authors we have commissioned have a lot more time to write than most scholars do nowadays. But we can promise some interesting forthcoming titles that take full advantage of the digital affordances made possible by the Fulcrum platform (annotation, interactivity, multimedia). And while we missed our initial goal, we believe that we can reach our target number per year now that we have in our start-up phase developed our pipeline and a pool of authors.
And yes, it is a while since we updated the website’s news feed although there was a WordPress facelift earlier this year. We’re working to integrate the catalog and “aboutware” this fall, for a much better experience in 2020.
**Q: “Does** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press) **currently have staff?”**
A: In our initial business plan (made transparently available on the website), we were unduly optimistic about being able to maintain very low staffing levels in the interest of keeping overhead low. At the beginning, the only staff member paid by Lever Press was the 0.5 FTE program manager, based at Michigan. We hoped we could manage acquisitions through series editors and the volunteer faculty Editorial Board. Supervision for the acquisitions function, we believed, could be lightly managed by the Director of Amherst College Press, not paid from Lever funds. Production costs, with the exception of an annual platform fee, would be incurred on a project-by-project basis at Michigan with titles averaging out at about $17,000 per book (recognizing that some would be cheaper, some more expensive to produce).
The concept was “a commons not a firm” with many hands devoting some labor, and an emphasis on leveraging existing infrastructure to keep costs low. We were wrong. Without dedicated editorial effort and substantial travel, we couldn’t inspire the spread of excellent authors who needed to understand what Lever Press stood for before trusting us with their work. It became clear in 2017 that the work of acquiring titles required a dedicated champion, which was when Beth was hired. Since then Lever Press has shared a 0.5 FTE acquisitions editor with Amherst. So, at this time, Lever Press essentially employs 1.0 FTE in staff. We are just posting a job description for an assistant editor.
**Q: “Punctum has followed Lever as a companionable initiative to our own, esp. since authors do not have to pay fees thanks to consortial funding.”**
A: And we appreciate that. Thanks to the vision of its funding institutions, Lever Press remains true to the principle that no author need ever pay to publish open access. It’s a principle shared by our 50+ supporting institutions.
**Q: “What is the status of funds that were raised on behalf of** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press)**? How much was raised, how much was spent, what was it spent on & most important: where are the books?”**
A: Around $1.2 million was pledged by just over 50 liberal arts colleges for the 5-year Lever Press project. As described on the website, each institution makes an annual contribution determined by its library acquisitions budget. The budget is overseen by the Oversight Committee (deans of libraries and provosts who are elected representatives of the funding institutions) and the income is managed as if it were grant funding at Michigan (i.e., very carefully).
Since almost all costs in the Lever Press business model are variable (based on production costs of books produced) and there are very few recurring fixed costs (the 1 FTE in staff, some annual expenses for governance board travel and meetings, the website/platform expenses), the Lever Press currently carries over an annual surplus ready to be spent on the projects the Editorial Board selects. A pledge that the Lever Press project made early on was to be transparent in tracking the costs of producing books. With several books now in production, we’ll be able to provide those numbers soon. Like most OA ebook initiatives, we’re in danger of underestimating the degree of in-kind support being provided by Amherst and Michigan.
It’s worth noting that Lever Press has always been conceived of as an experimental project, designed to explore a new mode of organizing in order to find sustainability for open access monographs without requiring authors to pay. In practice, this has meant that establishing a structure to allow for a “commons not a firm,” being transparent in its review and selection criteria, supporting open source infrastructure and new models of scholarly credit, and aligning with the mission and ethos of liberal arts colleges have been goals at least as strong as the production of titles. In this context, number of titles produced are a measure of success, but not the only one for Lever Press: The quality and innovation of those titles are equally important. Also key is the degree to which Lever has influenced the conversation about open access monograph publishing and the inequity of a system based entirely on an Book Publishing Charge (BPC) model.
**Q: “What then, also, is the status of the Peer Review Transparency project initiated by** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press) **and** [**@mitpress**](https://twitter.com/mitpress)**?”**
A: As an experimental initiative as well as a publishing operation, Lever Press has been active in trying to raise awareness of, and improve systems for, open access publishing more generally. This has involved modeling a consortial approach to OA book publishing, shaping open source infrastructure through the Fulcrum platform, advocating for better discovery of OA content, and developing/adopting tools such as the [Model Contract for Digital Scholarship](https://www.modelpublishingcontract.org) . One of these initiatives has been the development of the [Peer Review Transparency project](https://www.prtstandards.org) with MIT Press. While the application of the signaling tools can be seen on Lever Press titles, PRT needs a controlled vocabulary to be developed and implemented before it can be systematically implemented. Several collaborative conversations between MIT, Lever, and OPERAS/HIRMEOS colleagues in January 2019 in Cambridge, MA, may hopefully lead to this next step.
**Q: “So Edington was doing ministry work while also running** [**@Lever_Press**](https://twitter.com/Lever_Press)**? More critically, how much $$ was he paid for how long to run an open/access imprint that produced 1 title in roughly 5 years? Does** [**@AmCollPress**](https://twitter.com/AmCollPress) **still have a remit? Is it operational?”**
A: As described above, Mark was never paid to run Lever Press (which is in its third, not fifth, year) but was paid by Amherst College to run the Amherst College Press — [producing a notable collection of books under that imprint](https://acpress.amherst.edu/catalogue/). While it is beyond the scope of this post on the Lever Press site, ACP is currently hiring new editorial staff to support our shared director Beth Bouloukos, and increase the acquisitions capacity she brings to both Lever and Amherst.
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title: New Faces at Lever
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Lever Press is pleased to welcome new members of the Editorial Board and the
Oversight Committee, along with staff support from the University of Michigan
for our communication efforts.
date: 2019-09-20T18:22:27.334Z
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**Hannah Brooks-Motl** will join Lever Press on October 16, 2019 as Assistant Acquisitions Editor. Hannah recently completed her PhD at the University of Chicago, where she was the poetry editor of the Chicago Review and worked as a student assistant at the University of Chicago Press. The author of three collections of poetry, most recently Earth (2019), she has published creative and scholarly work in venues such as the Cambridge Literary Review, Modernism/modernity, and the Poetry Foundation.
**Danielle Colburn** is Lever Press’ new Social Media Manager. Danielle is the Marketing Assistant at the University of Michigan Library, where she creates social media campaigns, writes articles for publications, and contributes to special projects. She reports that she is “excited to be managing social media for Lever Press and working with the Communications Committee to grow Lever’s social presence, establish a voice, and engage with greater open access conversations.”
**Katherine Hite**, Professor of Political Science on the F. Thompson Chair and Director of Research Development at Vassar College, joined the Lever Editorial Board in August. Professor Hite’s recent work focuses on the politics of memory, as well as issues in higher education, access, and equity. Her teaching interests include Latin American politics, social movements, and the legacies of violence for governments and societies in transition around the globe.
**Este Pope**, Head of Digital Programs at Amherst College Library, is serving as Amherst’s representative to the Oversight Committee on a temporary basis, following Bryn Geffert’s resignation and during the college’s search for a new Librarian. Bryn’s term on the committee was due to end in December 2021. Este leads the work of the digital programs department in creating digital collections, managing digital preservation, and supporting digital scholarship. An advocate for the role of libraries in open access and open source, she also serves on the leadership and steering groups for Fedora open source repository software.
**Lanell White**, Director of Sales, Marketing, and Outreach for Michigan Publishing, is assisting the Lever Oversight Committee by contributing strategic expertise in marketing, outreach, and engagement.
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title: Inside Higher Ed story on Lever Press progress
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Inside Higher Ed features an article today by Lindsay McKenzie on Lever's
progress and the year ahead
date: 2018-01-19T05:50:11.005Z
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[Lever Press Sets Gears in Motion](https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2018/01/19/lever-press-gets-ready-publish-first-digital-scholarship-books)
Inside Higher Ed features an article today by Lindsay McKenzie on Lever’s progress and the year ahead.
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title: Lever Editorial Board issues Peer Review Commitments & Guidelines
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The Lever Press Editorial Board releases a document making clear its
commitment to strong and consistent peer review.
date: 2017-03-21T04:56:00.000Z
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Open access publishing fights against the perception that there is an inherent link between forms of access (paywall or open access?) and the rigor of review. Not incidentally, publishers with strong interests in maintaining the revenue generated from pay-for-access are anxious to encourage that notion—not least to protect the status quo.
Of course, there’s no logical link between forms of access and forms of review. What’s more, even though peer review is acknowledged as the standard of what distinguishes scholarly publishing, the specific forms of review to which any given published work has been subjected is rarely disclosed by publishers.
The Editorial Board of Lever Press has released a document making clear the commitments of our press to strong and consistent peer review. The document also makes transparent the objects that will be reviewed, the forms of peer review that will be undertaken, and the work now underway to develop a clear signaling system to make plain to readers the nature of the review to which a work has been subjected.
Read the [Peer Review Commitments & Guidelines](/peerreview).
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title: Lever Press releases its statement of values
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Lever Press begins 2018 by publishing its Statement of Values, a clear
statement of the values grounding its work as a scholarly publisher.
date: 2018-01-08T05:53:57.747Z
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Lever Press has opened 2018 by publishing its “[Statement of Values](https://www.leverpress.org/about#values),” a clear statement of the values grounding its work as a scholarly publisher. “As we’ve grown from imagining what a sustainable open-access press might be to establishing a press and signing contracts with authors, we began to focus on the values that we want to be sure inform our work,” said Mike Roy, Dean of Libraries at Middlebury College and chair of Lever’s governing Oversight Committee. “Because this is a values-driven initiative, it is important to us that we articulate those values in a transparent way.”
There are few parallel examples of scholarly presses making clear the values that guide their work. “When the Committee asked us to put together a group of examples of values statements from around the university press world, I thought it would be a pretty straightforward research project,” said Mark Edington, Lever’s publisher. “As it turned out, there are extremely few. I’m proud that Lever is making itself distinct in this way.”
Lever’s Statement of Values communicates to authors and readers not just the kind of work we seek to publish, but the values by which we will conduct our work. It is a means by which we will hold ourselves accountable for the trust invested in us by the institutions that support our work. And it will undergird the clear commitments that we have held to from the beginning of this initiative—alignment with the mission and ethos of liberal arts institutions, open access publications that do not require payments from authors or their institutions (“Platinum Open Access”), and support for the publishing of digitally native scholarship that includes insights from diverse voices and viewpoints.
Lever Press, a scholarly press operated in partnership between the Oberlin Group, Amherst College Press, and Michigan Publishing Services, is supported by a consortium of fifty-four liberal arts institutions of higher education.
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title: New Faces at Lever (Winter 2020)
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Lever Press welcomes new members of the Editorial Board and Oversight
Committee, as well as a new Michigan representative
date: 2020-02-07T17:26:01.133Z
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**Brett M. Rogers,** Associate Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies at the University of Puget Sound, joined the Lever Editorial Board in October. Professor Rogers’ recent work focuses on classical themes and characters in contemporary media including science fiction. He has taught courses on classical languages, ancient literature in translation, myth and myth theory, and sex and gender in classical antiquity.
**Deborah Prosser** and **Neal Baker** joined the Oversight Committee in January.
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Deborah Prosser leads the Olin Library at Rollins College. Previously, she served as the Dean of Libraries at the University of North Georgia and the Dean of Library Services at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Deborah’s passion within libraries is connecting students with resources that can help ensure their success in college and fuel their interests to become lifelong learners. Collaborating, sharing ideas and research projects, and advancing student and faculty scholarship are also fundamental goals. Deborah’s academic background is in American Studies and Art History, and she is strongly committed to the interdisciplinary inquiry that is foundational to liberal arts education. Her forthcoming publication in *Library Trends* is "Affect and Deaccessioning in the Academic Library: Feelings about Books and Place.”
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Neal Baker is Library Director at Earlham College. His publications address librarianship topics as well as science fiction/fantasy transmedia topics including LEGO Tolkien adaptations, Dungeons and Dragons, Star Trek, and Marvel Comics. He contributes to the MLA International Bibliography, among other professional activities.
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**Elizabeth Demers** is the new Editorial Director for the University of Michigan Press, and is a Michigan representative on the Editorial Board and member of Lever's Operations Group. Elizabeth has a BA & MA from Michigan State, an MBA in management, a PhD in American history, and many years of experience in academic publishing. She has variously worked at Michigan State University Press, Greenwood Publishing, Potomac, Quarto, and University of Nebraska Press where she was Editor-in-Chief. Most recently she has held senior acquisitions roles at Johns Hopkins University Press and the University of Michigan Press where she has been a dynamic social sciences acquirer.
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title: New Membership Campaign Kicking Off
summary: An update on plans for Phase 2 of Lever Press
date: 2020-02-07T16:08:42.511Z
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Lever Press is in the final year of its initial membership funding cycle. Consequently, we are gearing up for our next membership phase. In 2019, the Oversight Committee worked with staff from TBI Consulting, who assessed our membership model and provided guidance on how best to expand our base. With those recommendations in hand, we set the stage in late summer to launch a new membership campaign. To this end, we hired Suzanne Bonefas, a consultant with broad experience in higher education, as our campaign manager. Suzanne is contracted to do the heavy lifting between now and April as we organize and roll out the campaign, specifically, guiding the pre-launch phase—including working with a vendor to create marketing materials—and developing a recruitment plan.
A subgroup of the Oversight Committee is serving as the Campaign Task Force and meeting regularly with Suzanne to move the process forward. We have kicked off the quiet phase of the campaign by holding information sessions for our membership. Those sessions were designed to bring members up to speed on Lever’s current financial position and the campaign, and to solicit input on the campaign plan. If you are a current member and missed the information sessions, just [let us know ](mailto:info@leverpress.org?subject=Lever%20Press%20membership%20campaign)and we’ll be happy to send you a link to the slides and recordings.
Once we formally launch the campaign this spring, we will provide regular progress reports on the Lever [website](https://www.leverpress.org). If you’re ready to sign on now, click the **Make a Membership Pledge** button at the top of the [Join Us](https://www.leverpress.org/join/) page to access the pledge form.
In the meantime, we are seeking stories and testimonials from our current membership that will help us appeal to prospective members. [Tell us ](mailto:info@leverpress.org?subject=Lever%20Press)what you value most about Lever Press!
—Marta Brunner, Lever Press Oversight Committee Chair
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<a href="http://www.twitter.com/AmCollPress"><svg width="24px" height="24px" viewBox="0 0 24 24" className="social-link tw" aria-hidden="false"><title>Twitter</title><path d="M22,5.8a8.6,8.6,0,0,1-2.36.65,4.07,4.07,0,0,0,1.8-2.27,8.1,8.1,0,0,1-2.6,1A4.1,4.1,0,0,0,11.75,8a4.73,4.73,0,0,0,.09.93A11.6,11.6,0,0,1,3.39,4.62,4.2,4.2,0,0,0,2.83,6.7a4.09,4.09,0,0,0,1.82,3.4A4,4,0,0,1,2.8,9.6v0a4.11,4.11,0,0,0,3.29,4A4.2,4.2,0,0,1,5,13.81a4,4,0,0,1-.78-.07,4.14,4.14,0,0,0,3.83,2.85A8.22,8.22,0,0,1,3,18.34a6.37,6.37,0,0,1-1-.06,11.48,11.48,0,0,0,6.29,1.84A11.58,11.58,0,0,0,20,8.46c0-.18,0-.36,0-.53A8.31,8.31,0,0,0,22,5.8Z"></path></svg></a>
</p>
</div>
</div>
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......@@ -11,6 +11,7 @@ import Fundraiser from "../components/fundraiser"
import NewsList from "../components/news/newsList"
import EventList from "../components/events/eventList"
import MapImage from "../components/mapImage"
import CommunityImage from "../components/communityImage"
export const IndexQuery = graphql`
query {
......@@ -42,6 +43,17 @@ query {
}
}
}
communitySection {
heading
description
communityImage {
childImageSharp {
fluid {
...GatsbyImageSharpFluid
}
}
}
}
}
}
books: allMarkdownRemark (
......@@ -128,6 +140,7 @@ const IndexPage = ({data}) => {
const newsletter = data.home.frontmatter.newsletterSection
const fundraiser = data.home.frontmatter.fundraiserSection
const map = data.home.frontmatter.mapSection
const community = data.home.frontmatter.communitySection
const books = data.books.edges
const news = data.news.edges
const events = data.events.edges
......@@ -140,7 +153,7 @@ const IndexPage = ({data}) => {
<div className="row mt-4">
<div className="col-md-12">
<p className="text-right">
<a href="https://fulcrum.org/leverpress">Read more books...</a>
<a href="https://fulcrum.org/amherst">Read more books...</a>
</p>
</div>
</div>
......@@ -162,7 +175,7 @@ const IndexPage = ({data}) => {
<div className="row">
<div className="author-container col">
<div className="row">
<div className="col-md-6">
<div className="col-md-6">
<p>Interested in publishing your next book with us?</p>
</div>
<div className="col-md-6">
......@@ -171,11 +184,7 @@ const IndexPage = ({data}) => {
</div>
</div>
<div className="library-container col">
<div className="row">
<div className="col-md-12">
<p> "join us" section was here </p>
</div>
</div>
<Fundraiser fundraiser={fundraiser} />
</div>
</div>
</div>
......@@ -184,7 +193,7 @@ const IndexPage = ({data}) => {
<div className="container">
<div className="row">
<div className="video-container col-md-6">
<Fundraiser fundraiser={fundraiser} />
<CommunityImage communityImage={community} />
</div>
<div className="map-container col-md-6">
<MapImage mapImage={map} />
......
......@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@ const News = ({data}) => {
<div className="container page-container">
<div className="row text-right">
<div className="col-md-12">
<p className="social scala-sans">Connect with us <a href="https://www.facebook.com/LeverPress/"><svg width="24px" height="24px" viewBox="0 0 24 24" className="social-link fb" aria-hidden="false"><title>Facebook</title><path d="M20.9,2H3.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,2,3.1V20.9A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,3.1,22h9.58V14.25h-2.6v-3h2.6V9a3.64,3.64,0,0,1,3.88-4,20.26,20.26,0,0,1,2.33.12v2.7h-1.6c-1.25,0-1.49.59-1.49,1.47v1.92h3l-.39,3H15.8V22h5.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,22,20.9V3.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,20.9,2Z"></path></svg></a>
<a href="https://twitter.com/lever_press"><svg width="24px" height="24px" viewBox="0 0 24 24" className="social-link tw" aria-hidden="false"><title>Twitter</title><path d="M22,5.8a8.6,8.6,0,0,1-2.36.65,4.07,4.07,0,0,0,1.8-2.27,8.1,8.1,0,0,1-2.6,1A4.1,4.1,0,0,0,11.75,8a4.73,4.73,0,0,0,.09.93A11.6,11.6,0,0,1,3.39,4.62,4.2,4.2,0,0,0,2.83,6.7a4.09,4.09,0,0,0,1.82,3.4A4,4,0,0,1,2.8,9.6v0a4.11,4.11,0,0,0,3.29,4A4.2,4.2,0,0,1,5,13.81a4,4,0,0,1-.78-.07,4.14,4.14,0,0,0,3.83,2.85A8.22,8.22,0,0,1,3,18.34a6.37,6.37,0,0,1-1-.06,11.48,11.48,0,0,0,6.29,1.84A11.58,11.58,0,0,0,20,8.46c0-.18,0-.36,0-.53A8.31,8.31,0,0,0,22,5.8Z"></path></svg></a>
<p className="social scala-sans">Connect with us <a href="https://www.facebook.com/AmCollPress"><svg width="24px" height="24px" viewBox="0 0 24 24" className="social-link fb" aria-hidden="false"><title>Facebook</title><path d="M20.9,2H3.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,2,3.1V20.9A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,3.1,22h9.58V14.25h-2.6v-3h2.6V9a3.64,3.64,0,0,1,3.88-4,20.26,20.26,0,0,1,2.33.12v2.7h-1.6c-1.25,0-1.49.59-1.49,1.47v1.92h3l-.39,3H15.8V22h5.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,22,20.9V3.1A1.1,1.1,0,0,0,20.9,2Z"></path></svg></a>
<a href="http://www.twitter.com/AmCollPress"><svg width="24px" height="24px" viewBox="0 0 24 24" className="social-link tw" aria-hidden="false"><title>Twitter</title><path d="M22,5.8a8.6,8.6,0,0,1-2.36.65,4.07,4.07,0,0,0,1.8-2.27,8.1,8.1,0,0,1-2.6,1A4.1,4.1,0,0,0,11.75,8a4.73,4.73,0,0,0,.09.93A11.6,11.6,0,0,1,3.39,4.62,4.2,4.2,0,0,0,2.83,6.7a4.09,4.09,0,0,0,1.82,3.4A4,4,0,0,1,2.8,9.6v0a4.11,4.11,0,0,0,3.29,4A4.2,4.2,0,0,1,5,13.81a4,4,0,0,1-.78-.07,4.14,4.14,0,0,0,3.83,2.85A8.22,8.22,0,0,1,3,18.34a6.37,6.37,0,0,1-1-.06,11.48,11.48,0,0,0,6.29,1.84A11.58,11.58,0,0,0,20,8.46c0-.18,0-.36,0-.53A8.31,8.31,0,0,0,22,5.8Z"></path></svg></a>
</p>
</div>
</div>
......
......@@ -24,13 +24,13 @@ const Impact = ({data}) => {
<div className="readership-map">
<ReactMarkdown source={readershipMapDescription} />
<div className="readership-map-embed">
<iframe title="Lever Press Readership Map" frameborder="0" height="650" width="100%" src="https://maps.publishing.umich.edu/readership-map/?filter.view=123826825"></iframe>
<iframe title="Amherst College Press Readership Map" frameborder="0" height="650" width="100%" src="https://maps.publishing.umich.edu/readership-map/?filter.view=202426456"></iframe>
</div>
</div>
<div className="google-data-studio">
<ReactMarkdown source={googleDataStudioDescription} />
<div className="embed-responsive embed-responsive-1by1">
<iframe title="Lever Press Usage Report" className="embed-responsive-item" src="https://datastudio.google.com/embed/reporting/1djx_faORhrRCGEWHUuYfXrMAp453Rbqs/page/9LCE"></iframe>
<iframe title="Amherst College Press Usage Report" className="embed-responsive-item" src="https://datastudio.google.com/embed/reporting/2de5b039-ff9d-4848-851c-ecd5cb36a7ed/page/9LCE"></iframe>
</div>
</div>
</div>
......
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ const News = ({data}) => {
return (
<Layout>
<SEO title={title} />
<div className="container page-container">
<div className="container page-container news-item">
<div className="row justify-content-md-center">
<div className="col-md-10">
<h1 className="mb-3">{title}</h1>
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ const News = ({data}) => {
</div>
</div>
</div>
<div className="row justify-content-md-center">
<div className="row justify-content-md-center main">
<div className="col-md-8">
<div dangerouslySetInnerHTML={{ __html: html }} />
</div>
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......@@ -76,6 +76,13 @@ collections:
- { name: heading, label: Heading }
- { name: description, label: Description }
- { name: mapImage, label: "Map Image", widget: image }
- name: communitySection
label: "Community Section"
widget: object
fields:
- { name: heading, label: Heading }
- { name: description, label: Description }
- { name: communityImage, label: "Community Image", widget: image }
- file: "src/content/about.md"
name: about
label: About
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