Found 7 articles containing "karen pavlicin"

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Karen Pavlicin, November/December 2020
An Update From IBPA’s DEI Task Force »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2020 by Karen Pavlicin, Publisher, Elva Resa Publishing — Enabling positive, actionable, systemic change. IBPA’s 2020-2022 Strategic Plan, developed by the IBPA Board of Directors in August 2019, includes the strategic goal of eliminating bias and enhancing diversity within the association. To help reach this goal, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task …

September/October 2020, Deb Vanasse
Book Distribution Evolution »

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2020 by Deb Vanasse, Reporter, IBPA Independent magazine — The book distribution model for independent publishers is again changing for those seeking flexibility and discoverability. Article Synopsis: Successful hybrid publishing involves emulating traditional publishers in every respect while also keeping authors front and center. Incorporating distribution into an existing publishing model is a …

Angela Bole, May/June 2020
Directors Desk: A Report from IBPA’s Annual Meeting of Members »

PUBLISHED MAY/JUNE 2020 by Angela Bole, CEO, Independent Book Publishers Association — IBPA gathered for their first virtual annual meeting to learn about the state of the association, approve revisions to IBPA bylaws and vote for IBPA board canditates. Following the cancellation of IBPA’s in-person Annual Meeting of Members scheduled for April 4, 2020, in …

Karen Pavlicin, March/April 2020
Anatomy of a Book Sales Sheet (…Tip Sheet, One Sheet, Sales Flyer, What-Have-You!) »

PUBLISHED MARCH/APRIL 2020 answers by Karen Pavlicin, Publisher, Elva Resa Publishing — Need help creating a sales sheet for your forthcoming titles? Read below for some helpful tips. A sales sheet—also called tip sheet, one sheet, or sales flyer—is a summary sheet that gives at a glance all the relevant information about a forthcoming title. …

Torrey Sharp, July/August 2019
The Book Design Process Is a Team Sport »

PUBLISHED JULY/AUGUST 2019 by Torrey Sharp, Principal, Faceout Studio — The right design process lays the appropriate foundation for designers to flourish and problems to be solved effectively. We all respond favorably to products and services that are well designed and deliver on their promises. We like products that work as advertised. We like it …

Karen Pavlicin-Fragnito, May/June 2019
Business Considerations for Creating Custom Editions »

PUBLISHED MAY/JUNE 2019 by Karen Pavlicin-Fragnito, Publisher, Elva Resa Publishing — Overcoming content alterations, design/format constraints, a tight timeline, and a limited budget to meet the goals of a publishing partner. Elva Resa Publishing is a traditional indie publisher specializing in books for military families. While we participate in traditional distribution, more than 75 percent …

Karen Pavlicin, June 2005
Best Practices for the BISAC Subject Headings – Selecting a Book’s Subject Category »

When we updated our listing for the PMA directory earlier this year, we had a problem. It was the same problem we’d had when we applied for various awards last year and when we decided on category-specific mailings and catalogs: Some of our books don’t fit neatly into existing subject categories. Surviving Deployment: A Guide …

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