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Five Northern California Literary Agents Unite to Form LitWest

Vol. 19 - Issue 7

Katherine Boyle, Andrea Brown, Nancy Ellis, Linda T. Mead, and Rob Preskill come together to rethink the needs of authors and publishers.


Follow the Recipe for Getting Published

Vol. 24 - Issue 11

An interview with Sheree Bykofsky, co-author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Getting Published


Food Counting Books: A Tasty Publishing Trend

Vol. 19 - Issue 5

A sweet, sticky wave of new entries to the field has some critics warning of exploitation and junk food abuse. We get the scoop from innovators of the trend, Charlesbridge Publishing.


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 2

This month: A Grand Obsession -Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was surrounded by them when she died. Captain Picard indulges in them in private. Oprah has gotten millions hooked on them.


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 3

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why most of us are involved in it. This month's column looks at the difficulty of having t...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 4

For the Love of Books is a monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month's column looks at the object...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 5

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we\'re involved in it. Last month we looked at the bookness of books from a traditiona...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 6

For the Love of Books is a monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This Month: A Book of Our Own--What is ...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 7

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month we walk through the process of designing and producin...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 8

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month take an in-depth look at the process of letterpress p...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 9

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Personal Books


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 10

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Bookmarks in our Lives.


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 11

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Lately it seems as if, in any gathering of four or m...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 18 - Issue 12

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Books for Book Lovers


For the Love of Books

Vol. 19 - Issue 1

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: The Book Part of e-Books. While e-books have conte...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 19 - Issue 2

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Advice for the Budding Bookmaker: You Make the Book ...


For the Love of Books

Vol. 19 - Issue 3

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: Is Nothing Sacred? The Book as Art Object and Metaph...


For the Love of Books: Book Arts, Design & Craftsmanship

Vol. 19 - Issue 4

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. Part One: Palace Print Shop Preserves Printing's Past. Pam Smith...


For the Love of Books: Book Arts, Design & Craftsmanship

Vol. 19 - Issue 5

Part Two of "Palace Print Shop Preserves Printing's Past." Guest columnist Pam Smith shares her story of restoring and running the Palace Print Shop for 28 years.


For the Love of Books: Book Arts, Design & Craftsmanship

Vol. 19 - Issue 7

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month - Artists' Books: Expanding the Definition


For the Love of Books: Book Arts, Design & Craftsmanship

Vol. 19 - Issue 8

A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why we're involved in it. This month: The Fine Art of Book Grazing


For the Love of Books: The Midwest Book Review Story

Vol. 22 - Issue 5

Three decades of a Madison, Wisconsin book review institution with social-activist roots


For the Love of Books: The Midwest Book Review Story

Vol. 22 - Issue 5

Three decades of a Madison, Wisconsin book review institution with social-activist roots


FOREIGN PUBLISHING DEALS: Profit or Peril?

Vol. 18 - Issue 9

Not every book that comes out in the United States is a candidate for a foreign deal. For those that are however, the overseas market, while not likely to make the publisher or the author rich beyond ...


Foreign Publishing Deals: Profit or Peril? - Part 2

Vol. 18 - Issue 9

Once you've shown your book at the Frankfurt book fair (or for that matter after London or any other fair) and have received an inquiry from a foreign publisher, now what do you do?


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