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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


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?

Foreign Rights in Asia -- Finding a Shangri-La.

Vol. 18 - Issue 10

For a long time many people overlooked the Asian market for foreign rightsbecause they seldom received huge advances. However, for many independentpublishers Asia can be a paradise for extra income a...

Former Litigants Lightening Up for Literature

Vol. 21 - Issue 5

RosettaBooks Announces 51 Stellar Titles Licensed From Random House

Fountain Bookstore

Vol. 31 - Issue 4

Reaching Out Online and In-Store

Four Reasons Hybrid Publishing Worked for Me

Vol. 34 - Issue 8

An IPPY Winner Shares Her Experience

Four Seasons of Loneliness

Vol. 35 - Issue 1

Attorney Studies Different Forms of Loneliness by Digging Back through His Case Files

Four Simple Marketing Strategies for Authors

Vol. 30 - Issue 7

IPPY Gold Medalist Shares the Scoop

Frankfurt Book Fair

Vol. 37 - Issue 2

Frankfurt Book Fair - October 10-14, 2008

Vol. 25 - Issue 10

News and Views from the World's Largest Book Publishing Show

Frankfurt Book Fair 9 - 14 October 2002

Vol. 20 - Issue 5

Guest of Honour: Lithuania; Focal Theme is "Bridges for a World Divided"

Frankfurt Book Fair Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Vol. 26 - Issue 7

New website launched to illustrate the Fair's rich history

Frankfurt Book Fair on the Web

Vol. 20 - Issue 9

A new look and a clear structure

Frankfurt Book Fair Report

Vol. 24 - Issue 9

Booksellers Warned to Embrace Digital Future

Franklin Introduces eBookman the Next Generation eBook

Vol. 18 - Issue 7

Better Screen Size, Lower Price Point, More Features

Franklin's eBookManŽ Wins eBook Technology Award at Inaugural Frankfurt eBook Awards

Vol. 18 - Issue 11

Award presented to Dr. Peter N. Yianilos, Franklin's acting chief technology officer, at the Frankfurt eBook Awards ceremony on October 20, 2000.

Free Speech Groups Support Patriot Act Challenge

Vol. 21 - Issue 11


Vol. 21 - Issue 2

The Art of Civil Liberties Gallery Opens at ACLU Website

Freedom of Speech Book-of-the-Month Program Announced

Vol. 25 - Issue 6

Freelancers Needed at Sports Illustrated for Women

Vol. 19 - Issue 7

Freelance writers now handle majority of content at Sports Illustrated forWomen.

French Language and Educational Content Available for eBookMan

Vol. 19 - Issue 9

Franklin Electronic Publishers Teams With Vivendi Universal Publishing to Make French Language and Educational Content Available for multi-lingual eBookMan(R)

Fretwater Press Negotiates the Rapids of Publishing Politics

Vol. 19 - Issue 9

Whether taking an NPR correspondent whitewater boating or negotiating a co-promotion with W.W. Norton, Brad Dimock goes with the flow.

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