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Chautauqua Prize 2016 Winner Announced

Vol. 34 - Issue 5

OFF THE RADAR Wins $7500 Prize


Cheers and Boos: IPPY Award-Winning Book Gets a No Vote

Vol. 22 - Issue 7

with comments from IPPY judges and author Brett Paesel


Chicago a Hotbed for Indie 'Zines and Bookstores

Vol. 22 - Issue 5


Children's Book Publishing 101

Vol. 30 - Issue 7

Ready, Set, Publish! Learn What it Takes to Share Your Story!


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 1

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Peachtree Publishing and the RIC Learning Series.


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 2

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Story Stuff and Hindsight Ltd.


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 3

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Mindfull Publishing and Trickle Creek Books.


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 4

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Childrens Book Press


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 5

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Free Spirit Publishing Helps Kids Take Charge of their Lives


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 6

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Crabtree Publishing - Teaching Appreciation of All Peoples


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 7

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Arte Publico and Pinata Books.


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 9

A monthly spotlight on Children's Book Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: JayJo Books: Publishing Special Books for Special Kids


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 10

Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Childhood High Self-Esteem - the Gateway to a Life of Happiness.


Children's Book Publishing in the New Millennium: Compassionate Capitalism

Vol. 18 - Issue 12

Publishers who enrich their readers, their communities, and our World. This month: Morning Glory Press -- Empowering Teen Parents and Educators


Children's Book Week

Vol. 32 - Issue 3

April 30 - May 6, 2018


Chinook Bookshop Closing After 45 Years

Vol. 22 - Issue 4


Chronicling A Celtic Renaissance

Vol. 21 - Issue 12

An Interview with Thomas Rain Crowe


Cinematic Marketing

Vol. 31 - Issue 8

All About Book Trailers


City Lights

Vol. 30 - Issue 8


Civil War Symposium to be Held at Library of Congress Nov. 12-14

Vol. 20 - Issue 11

Introducing new book, The Library of Congress Civil War Desk Reference


Cleis Press

Vol. 28 - Issue 4

Proving that (Really Good) Sex Sells


Cleveland Public Library to Open Circulating eBook Collection

Vol. 21 - Issue 1

Library Website to be First in Nation Enabling Borrowing of Best-Sellers for PC and PDA Reading


Coffee House Press

Vol. 34 - Issue 2

Where Good Books are Brewing


Coffeetown Press

Vol. 29 - Issue 4

A Feisty Little Seattle Publisher with a Mission


College of Saint Benedict to Offer Inside Look at the Changing Publishing Industry Through Week-Long Summer Workshop for Students and Career Changers

Vol. 18 - Issue 7

Workshop is Only One of its Kind in the Upper Midwest; Guests Include Pulitzer Prizewinning Poet Jorie Graham and Independent Publishing Experts Fiona McCrae, Graywolf Press and Joseph Parisi, Poetry ...


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