Inside Higher Ed: Are university presses better off than they were 4 years ago?

Author Esposito write that the legs of the UPs are  rickety.  I think as they publish less melba-toast (think: revised dissertations) and more works appealing to the general public (while not lacking scholarship) they’ll regain footing.  Authors should choose a voice that has universal and not niche appeal  — you know of what I speak!  Books can be scholarly and readable.