Today, the humanities-based scholarly journal is in jeopardy, plagued by financial difficulties and low subscription numbers. These factors can hinder publication and keep valuable research from reaching the reading public - which is often specialized and small - in a timely manner. With the advent of the computer age and new electronic publishers flooding the market, publishing online is not only more economically feasible for existing publishers but is also a solution that benefits libraries who are seeking to free themselves from the restrictions of print. This paper illustrates how arts and humanities publications must move forward and embrace new technologies if they are to survive and prosper in the future.
How to Cite:
Klusendorf, H., 2004. Much ado about electronic publishing: MetaPress creates an online future for arts and humanities publications. Serials, 17(3), pp.287–289. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/17287