CU Press book featured on “New Books in Music” podcast

A recently published book from Clemson University Press was featured on the “New Books in Music” podcast, part of the New Books Network.

Imagining Musical Pasts: The Queer Literary Musicology of Vernon Lee, Rosa Newmarch, and Edward Prime-Stevenson by Kristin M. Franseen focuses on the work of three music scholars at the turn of the 20th century and their individual approaches to constructing and interpreting music. It is available for purchase from the Clemson University Press website.

The New Books Network is a consortium of author-interview podcast channels dedicated to public education. Covering more than 100 subjects, disciplines and genres, the network publishes 70 to 100 episodes per week.

About Clemson University Press

Established in 2000, Clemson University Press has expanded in recent years, adding approximately 25 books and journal issues per annum to its strong backlist of more than 100 titles. In 2014, the Press entered into partnership with Liverpool University Press, an award-winning publisher of distinguished scholarship since 1899. Through this strategic international partnership, the Press is a global ambassador for Clemson University, distributing increasingly diverse and impactful scholarship worldwide. In 2021, the Press became a member of the Association of University Presses, a distinguished international community of publishers committed to the highest caliber of research-based scholarship.