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IBPA Report from the 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair »

(BLOG POST) By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director– Anyone who says the book industry is dead has never been to the Frankfurt Book Fair! During the 2013 Fair, held October 9-13 in Frankfurt, Germany, over 7,300 exhibitors and 276,000 visitors convened in Frankfurt’s Messe (Messe = “Fair”) for international conversations about the book, both public …

Director’s Desk: Six Picks for Inspiration and Information About Publishing »

(DIRECTOR’S DESK) By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director Last week, I received the following email from an IBPA member: “I’ve been a member with IBPA since 2009–2010, and I would like to know if there is any book you can suggest regarding ‘the business of …

A Closer Look at IBPA Executive Director, Angela Bole
(Post 4 of 4 in “Publishing University Delivers”) »

(BLOG POST) This is the fourth blog post describing Marly’s fruitful experience attending the IBPA Publishing University conference in April 2013. By Marly Cornell, LightaLight Publications, an IBPA Publishing University scholarship recipient Prior to becoming IBPA’s new executive director, Angela Bole (photo right) served as deputy executive director …

Director’s Desk: A Traveler’s Take on Format Choices »

(DIRECTOR’S DESK) By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director I’m writing this month’s Director’s Desk on day 6 of a 10-day tour of Spain. I came here to see the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, but as a lover of ancient art and architecture, I …

The Latest on eBooks
(Post 3 of 4 in “Publishing University Delivers”) »

(BLOG POST) This is the third blog post describing Marly’s fruitful experience attending the IBPA Publishing University conference in April 2013. By Marly Cornell, LightaLight Publications, an IBPA Publishing University scholarship recipient Not surprisingly, the ebook was a topic addressed in some fashion by most of the speakers …

Director’s Desk: Connecting »

(DIRECTOR’S DESK) By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director We all find ourselves in the business of publishing for various reasons. For my part, I’ve always known I would work with books, or — more fundamentally — with stories. In college I read Audre Lorde for …

Little Pickle Press named ForeWord Reviews’ Independent Publisher of the Year »

(BLOG POST) ForeWord Reviews, a quarterly print journal dedicated to reviewing independently published books, was established in 1998 to provide booksellers, librarians, agents, and publishing professionals with reviews of the best titles from small, alternative, and academic presses. By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director Many congratulations to IBPA Board member Rana DiOrio! On June 28, …

Director’s Desk: An Open Letter to Members »

(DIRECTOR’S DESK) By Angela Bole, IBPA Executive Director Dear Friends, Welcome to my first Director’s Desk column as executive director of IBPA! I’m delighted to be taking up this new position. Through my previous engagement with the Book Industry Study Group, I had the honor of working with both Jan Nathan and Florrie Binford Kichler. …

IBPA Names Deltina Hay as New Board Chair »

(PRESS RELEASE — Manhattan Beach, CA) New media offers indie publishers opportunities to reach a wider audience, says new IBPA chair Deltina Hay The Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) named publisher, author, new media expert and IBPA board member Deltina Hay as its new board chair in an announcement made May 29 at the Benjamin …

Angela Bole Appointed Next IBPA Executive Director »

(PRESS RELEASE) Angela Bole will assume her position at IBPA as of July 17 and will be based in New York City The Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) has selected Angela Bole, current Deputy Executive Director of the Book Industry Study Group, as the association’s next Executive Director, replacing Florrie Binford Kichler who will retire …

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