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Stephen Kuusisto, a blind professor of disability studies and literature at Syracuse University beat us to the punch. In July 2015, he wrote a blog post about problems he encoutered with the accessibility of our ebooks, ironically, a disability studies book and title the post: My Everest: The University of Michigan Press.

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In June 2008, the University of Michigan Press ended its relationship with Pluto Press. McCraken stated in an interview with that the relationship ended because Pluto Press does not use the same peer review process as The University of Michigan. She also stated in response to a question that postulated a link with criticism of that "the initial decision of the executive board of the press was that it would not make a decision based on a particular book" and that "certainly the free and open exchange of ideas is the foundation of everything we do at the university." Roger van Zwanenberg, chairman of Pluto Press responded to the decision by linking it to the criticism of . He stated: "What this tells you is that there are dark forces in America who would like to control the flow of ideas, and they are powerfully organized and they are very dangerous." He suggested that The University of Michigan knew that there was a difference in the peer review process from the beginning of their relationship, calling the decision to focus on peer review "a facade". He also stated that Pluto Press would seek a new American distributor. Pluto Press is currently distributed in the United States by the ."

In June 2008, the University of Michigan Press ended its relationship with Pluto Press. McCraken stated in an interview with that the relationship ended because Pluto Press does not use the same peer review process as The University of Michigan. She also stated in response to a question that postulated a link with criticism of that "the initial decision of the executive board of the press was that it would not make a decision based on a particular book" and that "certainly the free and open exchange of ideas is the foundation of everything we do at the university." Roger van Zwanenberg, chairman of Pluto Press responded to the decision by linking it to the criticism of . He stated: "What this tells you is that there are dark forces in America who would like to control the flow of ideas, and they are powerfully organized and they are very dangerous." He suggested that The University of Michigan knew that there was a difference in the peer review process from the beginning of their relationship, calling the decision to focus on peer review "a facade". He also stated that Pluto Press would seek a new American distributor. Pluto Press is currently distributed in the United States by the ."