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Mayapriya Long, Bookwrights Design , March 2001
Day-long e-Book Seminars & Awards Presentation »

The Virginia Festival of the Book will host the first Independent e-Book Awards during its seventh annual festival on Saturday, March 24, 2001. The awards will be presented during a luncheon sponsored by BN.com and Xlibris at the Omni Charlottesville Hotel in Charlottesville, Virginia. This awards presentation is designed to recognize and reward talent in …

Patricia J. Bell, January 2001
Cyber-Publishing-The Future Is Now »

One of the past decade’s most exciting developments for writers (and independent publishers) is the emergence of cyber-publishing-the electronic or e-book. New material is leaping from the computer into cyberspace, making it possible for a writer or publisher to find a larger audience than was ever dreamed of. E-publishing has become a tantalizing possibility for …

Mary Westheimer, January 2001
Is ePublishing for You? A Q&A on This New Frontier »

When Stephen King’s novella Riding the Bullet was downloaded by 400,000 people in a matter of days, it was news. Publishers, however, had special reason to take notice. What this phenomenon told them was that there are 400,000 people out there who know how to read eBooks, or are at least willing to learn. That …

Jan Nathan, PMA Executive Director, October 2000
The New, New Thing »

E-publishing, e-books, e-commerce. These are the buzz words of this year. And they are the topics of most publishers’ conversations when they meet.Last month I attended a full-day gathering of industry people at the American Booksellers Association in New York. Half the day was spent on discussing mid-list authors and their influence on publishing. The …

Mary Westheimer, August 2000
Is ePublishing for You?A Q& A on this “Brave New Format” »

When Stephen King’s novella Riding the Bullet was downloaded by 400,000 people in a matter of days, it was news. Publishers, however, had special reason to take notice. What this phenomenon told them was that there are 400,000 people out there who know how to read eBooks, or are at least willing to learn. That …

Patricia J. Bell , June 2000
Cyber-Publishing:The Future Is Now »

One of the past decade’s most exciting developments for writers (and independent publishers) is the emergence of cyber-publishing: the electronic or e-book. New material is leaping from the computer into cyberspace, making it possible for a writer or publisher to find a larger audience than was ever dreamed of. E-publishing has become a tantalizing possibility …

Dan Poynter, May 2000
Writing Books @ the Speed of Thought »

Books are changing—for the better. There is a New Model for book writing, producing, selling, and promoting. Now you can break into print faster, easier, and cheaper. One part of this revolutionary change is in book writing. Gone are the days of manuscript boxes holding boring sheets of paper with double-spaced lines in Courier typeface. …

Patricia J. Bell, April 2000
Cyber-Publishing-The Future Is Now »

One of the past decade’s most exciting developments for writers (and independent publishers) is the emergence of cyber-publishing-the electronic or e-book. New material is leaping from the computer into cyberspace, making it possible for a writer or publisher to find a larger audience than was ever dreamed of. E-publishing has become a tantalizing possibility for …

Dan Poynter , March 2000
Book Printing Just Got Cheaper »

Book publishing is changing-for the better. There is a New Model for book writing, producing, selling, and promoting. Now you can break into print faster, easier, and cheaper. One part of this revolutionary change is in printing.PQN (Print Quantity Needed) printing machines produce 8 to 12 books at a time from a PDF file on …

Weldon Vlasak, D.Sc., Adaptive Enterprises, November 1999
Print-On-Demand Tradeoffs »

The “Director’s Desk” column article, “The Book Community Brainstorms,” in the September 1999 issue was intriguing. In particular, the section titled “Bookstores in 2003” presented an interesting prognosis for the future of the book industry. The projection was made that print-on-demand (POD) was going to be the “largest influence on book publishing and bookselling among …

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