Literary Market Place
Literary Market Place Summary
Literary Market Place 2001 is the ultimate insider’s guide to the U.S. book publishing industry, covering every conceivable aspect of the business. In two, easy-to-use volumes, it provides: — 50 sections organizing everyone and everything in the business — from publishers, agents, and ad agencies to associations, distributors, and events– Over 14,500 listings in all — featuring names, addresses, and numbers … key personnel … activities, specialties, and other relevant data … e-mail addresses and Web sites … and more– Some 24,000 decision-makers throughout the industry, listed in a separate “Personnel Yellow Pages” section in each volume– Thousands of services and suppliers equipped to meet every publishing need or requirement– More than 400 new entries to this edition plus thousands of updated listings throughout.LMP 2001 leaves no stone unturned in connecting you with the publishing firm, service, or product you or your patrons need. It’s completely revised and updated to help: — Publishers locate other publishers, free-lancers, agents, printers, wholesalers, manufacturers, and more– Suppliers find names and numbers of potential publishing customers– Job seekers locate contact names, addresses, and phone numbers throughout the industry– Booksellers get publisher ordering and shipping information– Writers locate publishers for their works– Librarians provide patrons with the reference source they need to find their way through the publishing industry
Author : Publisher : R.R. BowkerPublished : 2000ISBN-10 : 083524346XISBN-13 : 9780835243469Number of Pages : 2100 PagesLanguage : en
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