HOW TO PUBLISH, PROMOTE AND SELL YOUR BOOK
Goodman, Joseph V.
Third edition. With an introduction, and several empty pages for notes at the end. With information on "Getting Ready for Publication", "How To Secure A Copyright", "How To Promote Your Book", etc. Minor soiling.
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> PUBLISHING HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> AUTHOURSHIP AND LITERARY CRITICISM, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> COPYRIGHT LAW
> BOOK SELLING, TWENTIETH CENTURY
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> From the library of Mark Carroll
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> Poynter, Dan, SELF-PUBLISHING MANUAL HOW TO WRITE, PRINT AND SELL YOUR OWN BOOK.
> Unseld, Siegfried, THE AUTHOR AND HIS PUBLISHER.
One of 725 copies. MATRIX 29 is already overflowing with plans for topics that include the Hunt type designed by Hermann Zapf (with a specimen of the type in its three sizes on mould-made paper); wood-engravings from a pilgrimage to the south of France; the Firefly Press in Massachusetts; the Architectural Review; Monotype at the Bixlers; wood-type in America; David Godine, the Letterpress Years; Stinehour Press; Tirzah Ravilious; letterpress in Brazil; Robert Harling; Scotch Roman; the Occasional Print Club; Italian Futurist types; the creative possibilities of ad hoc letterpress printing; the golden age of 1960s publishing; and an item currently being vetted by MI5. A particular feature of MATRIX 29 will be the many letterpress inserts from around the world (Italy, USA, Canada, Brazil, UK).