Touching what you read

I must say, the cover art and production quality of Transgender Studies Quarterly, by Sue Hall, the master of design for Duke University Press Journals, is absolutely gorgeous. If you, like me, think a lot is lost when reading online, if you crave the visceral pleasure of holding in your hands a beautifully designed actual book–which our curated special issues essentially are–consider getting a subscription: $28 for students; $45 for everyone else. (And as always, if you have no digital access to TSQ through a library and you’d like to read an article or an issue, just message me on Facebook or email me at pcurrah@brooklyn.cuny.edu.) Pictured below are the front and back covers of a double issue on Translating Transgender, guest edited by David Gramling and Aniruddha Dutta, which is at the printers now.

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