Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Making Waves and Money With Poetry

Poetry may be a hard sell in the mass market, but direct sales and subscriptions help Seattle poetry publisher Wave Books survive the stormy economy.
Michael Moorcock, grand master of the fantasy genre, has fallen in and out of favor and print. Publisher Victor Gollancz is banking on a digital revival.
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More News from Publishing Perspectives:
You may think of Excel as a spreadsheet tool, but it is one of the best all-purpose data visualization tools and especially useful for publishers.
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This year's coveted American children's book awards go to The One and Only Ivan (Harper), This is Not My Hat (Candlewick), and In Darkness (Bloomsbury).
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From the Archives:
A new online magazine enlists top writers to covers stories of underrepresented world conflicts, underlining the personal, the intimate and the introspective.
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