The gift of publishing knowledge . . .
Employees are the life and foundation of the publishing industry. This year, why not show your appreciation for their hard work and dedication with a gift that combines knowledge, learning, and inspiration, broadens their horizons, and provides a mind-opening experience? These are the values inherent in the Canadian Centre for Publishing's first title release in their Publishing Studies series, Book Publishing I.
Brilliantly written and edited, Book Publishing I presents a compilation of twelve investigative studies, written by Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing program graduates and faculty members, into the practices of the publishing industry today. The studies cover a broad rangc of topics. including title acquisition, operations and management, target marketing, marketing analysis, merchandising, purchasing, and reading; foreign markets, and the impact of changing technology, and present a critical assessment of industry practices. Book Publishing I is a valuable resource and learning tool for all industry professionals: whether they are just learning the tricks of the publishing trade, or wish to critically reflect on years of experience.
Book Publishing I (Vancouver: Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing Press). Edited by: Rowland Lorimer, John W. Maxwell, Jillian G. Shoichet. ISBN 0-9738727-0-5.
To order please contact Jo-Anne Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone (604) 291-5242; or fax (604) 291-5239. If faxing please include relevant credit card information. Orders received prior to December 1 will receive a special 15 per cent discount off the retail price of $39.95; 20 per cent off for orders of over 20 copies. From December 2 to 15, 2005, the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing Press offers a 10 percent discount to the industry. Orders will be processed until December 15.
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