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Les défis de l’édition en Acadie

Written by Étudiant :: [Saturday, 20 August 2016 11:28] Last updated by Kaitie Babin :: [Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:29]
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Year: 2016 Authors and Collaborators Bruce, Clint; Thibodeau, Serge Patrice; Cadieux, Marie; Voyer-Léger, Catherine; Theme Acadia
Francophones Outside Quebec
Prince Edward Island
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Volume and number: , 47(2) Journal: , Revue de l'Université de Moncton Collection: , Enjeux artistiques acadiens au début du XXIe siècle : innovations esthétiques, défis institutionnels City: , Moncton Publishing Company: , Université de Moncton Pages : , 157-171 Abstract The short essays featured here come out of a round table that brought together representatives of the publishing industry in Maritime Acadie and from elsewhere. Facilitated by Clint Bruce, who also represented Éditions Tintamarre (Louisiana), the session aimed to generate discussion about current challenges for the book market and for the development of Acadian literature in the 21st century. The piece by Serge Patrice Thibodeau (Édition Perce-Neige) examines several aspects of the “high-risk job” of being a publisher, including digital publication. Marie Cadieux (Bouton d’or Acadie) highlights context-related factors such as literacy rates, while pointing to important gains for children’s and young adult literature. Catherine Voyer-Léger, outgoing president of the Regroupement des éditeurs canadiens-français, raises questions about the emergence of the next generation of publishers.