By Melina Tsiamos
Melina Tsiamos gibt einen Einblick in die aktuellen Entwicklungen im noch jungen E-Book-Geschäft und analysiert die Piraterie-Aktivitäten rund um das elektronische Buch.
By Bobbi Linkemer
1) GETTING began: What It Takes to Make It as a contract author, explores “what it takes to make it”—the strengths, abilities, and features which are precious for fulfillment.
2) discovering concentration: tips on how to Carve Out Your area of interest as a contract author, appears to be like on the selection among attempting to “do all of it” (writing approximately something for someone in any media) and turning into recognized for a selected distinctiveness (subject topic, undefined, form of communications, sort, or genre).
3) BALANCING ACT: tips on how to Play the numerous Roles of a contract author examines the problem each entrepreneur faces—how to assign equivalent time and effort on your company lifestyles, your own existence, and your internal life.
By Laura Purdie Salas
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About the writer: Laura Purdie Salas has written greater than a hundred twenty five books for the academic industry, together with 8 nice Planets (winner of the 2010 Eugene M. Emme Astronautical Literature Award); photo your self Writing Poetry (IRA - 2012 academics' Choices), shades of Fall, From Seed to Daisy, and Write your individual Poetry (Association of academic Publishers' 2008 uncommon fulfillment Award - winner). She is additionally the writer of many alternate poetry and nonfiction books for the mainstream bookstall industry. for more information, please stopover at: www.laurasalas.com
By Kathleen Emmett,Peter Machamer
Originally released in 1976, the bibliography provided the following was once meant to supply an invaluable learn device for students and scholars of conception. the first focus of the authors’ efforts has been at the philosophical literature throughout the interval of 1935-1974.
By Deborah Brandt
By Kirsten Wolf
Saints’ legends shape a considerable section of previous Norse–Icelandic literature, and will be present in greater than 400 manuscripts or fragments of manuscripts courting from presently ahead of the 12th century to the 1700s.
With The Legends of the Saints in previous Norse–Icelandic Prose, Kirsten Wolf has undertaken a whole revision of the fifty-year-old handlist The Lives of the Saints in outdated Norse Prose. This up-to-date handlist organizes saints’ names, manuscripts, and versions of person lives with references to the approximate dates of the manuscripts, in addition to smooth Icelandic variants and translations. each one access concludes with secondary literature in regards to the legend in query. those beneficial properties mix to make The Legends of the Saints in outdated Norse–Icelandic Prose a useful source for students and scholars within the field.
By Richard F. Miller
By Michele K. Troy
The Albatross Press was once, from its beginnings in 1932, a “strange bird”: a cultural outsider to the 3rd Reich yet an financial insider. It used to be funded by way of British-Jewish pursuits. Its director was once rumored to paintings for British intelligence. A precursor to Penguin, it dispensed either middlebrow fiction and works via edgier modernist authors corresponding to D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Ernest Hemingway to keen continental readers. but Albatross revealed and bought its paperbacks in English from the center of Hitler’s Reich.
In her unique and elegantly researched historical past, Michele okay. Troy finds how the Nazi regime tolerated Albatross—for either fiscal and propaganda gains—and how Albatross exploited its insider place to maintain Anglo-American books alive below fascism. In so doing, Troy exposes the contradictions in Nazi censorship whereas providing an interesting detective tale, a background, a nuanced research of fellows and reasons, and a cautionary tale.
By Hans Peter Roentgen
In zwanzig Jahren hat Hans Peter Roentgen auf zahlreichen Seminaren und Treffen, in Foren und Diskussionszirkeln Autoren kennengelernt, die alle eins verband: Sie hatten keinen Verlag. Doch im Laufe der Jahre änderte sich das. Einige konnten sogar Bestsellerkarrieren starten. Wie es dazu kam, die unterschiedlichen Wege zur Veröffentlichung, schildert er hier.
Auch wie Verlage arbeiten, welche Bedeutung Online-Rezensionen haben und das Feuilleton, wie Verlage zu neuen Autoren kommen, wo und wie sich Bücher verkaufen, kurz: Alles Wissenswerte rund um den Buchmarkt.
Mit Interviews bekannter Verlagslektoren, Literaturagenten und Betreiber von Internetforen.
By Dean A. Shepherd