In lieu of a CV, here are some representative publications that give a sense of my interests:

Maxwell, John W. 2015. “Beyond Open Access to Open Publication and Open Scholarship.” Journal of Scholarly and Research Communication. 6 (2).

Maxwell, John W. 2015. “Coach House Press in the ‘Early Digital’ Period: A Celebration.” Devil’s Artisan. 77 Fall/Winter 2015.

Maxwell, John W. 2015. “Aldus Gifts.” Aldus @ SFU: The Wosk-McDonald Aldine Collection Online.

Armen, Haig, John Maxwell, & Kate Pullinger. 2015. “Where the Wild Things Are: Seeking Improvisation on the Open Web Platform.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 18 (1). Winter 2015.

Maxwell, John W. 2014. “Publishing Education in the 21st Century and the Role of the University.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 17 (2) Spring 2014.

Maxwell, John W. & Haig Armen. 2014. “Dreams Reoccurring: The Craft of the Book in the Age of the Web.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 17 (1) Winter 2014.

Maxwell, John W. 2013. “E-Book Logic: We Can Do Better.” Papers of the Bibliographic Society of Canada, 51 (1).

Maxwell, John W. 2013. “Resisting Enclosure: Licenses, Authorship, and the Commons.” In Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online, ed. Rosemary J. Coombe, Darren Wershler-Henry, & Martin Zeilinger. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Maxwell, John W. & Kathleen Fraser. 2010. “Traversing The Book of MPub: An Agile, Web-first Publishing Model.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 13 (3) December 2010.

Maxwell, John W. & Michael Felczak. 2008. “Success through Simplicity: Placing Wiki in Educational Technology.” In Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom. Ed. Matt Barton & Robert Cummings. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 90–108.