The Publishers Weekly

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The sixteenth issue, with an entirely new cover, in a special pamphlet adapted for
imprint circulation all through the summer, will be published in connection with
The Publishers' Weekly about the first of June. The imprint editions will contain, in
addition to a catalogue of guide-books and light literature for summer reading, an
entirely new selection of reading-matter both of a practical and entertaining
character, chiefly intended for the use and amusement of tourists, pleasure-
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Publishing 101 The Publishers Weekly Introduction To Publishing And Self Publishing

Author: Rachel Deahl
Publisher: Publishers Weekly
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Publishers Weekly is the international news platform of the book
publishingindustry. Foundedin1872and publishedweekly since then, the
magazine boasts 500,000 Twitterfollowers and publishes eight e-newsletters, PW
Select (amonthly supplement), two blogs and a robust website that reached 8.5
million unique visitors inthelast year.The magazinehas also launched a mobile
edition, digital editions andapps. Eachyear, Publishers Weekly reviews 9,000
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The Publishers Weekly Vol 29

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By t e author of Beggars on Horseback. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

What Would Jesus Read

Author: Erin A. Smith
Publisher: UNC Press Books
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Publishers Weekly, 18 February 1950, 1018. “The Phenomenon of the Religious
Best Seller.” Publishers Weekly, 14 July 1975, 45–47. Pollock, John. Billy
Graham, Evangelist to the World: An Authorized Biography of the Decisive Years.
New York: Harper and Row, 1979. Porterfield, Amanda. The Transformation of
American Religion: The Story of a Late Twentieth-Century Awakening. New York:
Oxford University Press, 2001. Potter, Charles Francis. “Present Day Portraits of

The Oxford History Of Popular Print Culture

Author: Christine Bold
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'Books as Second-Class Matter—The Decision of the Supreme Court' (1904),
Publishers' Weekly (30 April), 1099–100, 1176–81. Boynton, Henry Walcott (
1932), Annals of American Bookselling 1638–1850 (New York: John Wiley &
Sons, Inc.). 'Changes in the Postal Law' (1888), American Bookseller 23: 42. '
Changes in the Rates of Postage' (1885), Publishers' Weekly (21 March), 334–5. '
Cheap Books' (1880), Publishers' Weekly (5 June), 561. ——(1883), Publishers'
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Minders Of Make Believe

Author: Leonard S. Marcus
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780395674079
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Viking's facsimile reprints of the nineteenth-century master of the movable book,
Lothar Meggendorfer, had, for instance, proven a wild success. Selma Lanes, "
Fifty Years of Viking Junior Books," Publishers Weekly (February 18, 1983) : 68-
72. 12. Leonard S. Marcus, "An Interview with Walter Lorraine," The Horn Book (
March-April 1998): 176-77. 13. Selma G. Lanes, The Art of Maurice Sendak (New
York: Abrams, 1980), 235. 14. Ibid. 15. John Donovan, "My Say," Publishers
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