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There is no cause for alarm – or so we like to kid ourselves – but don’t be surprised to find that books have become more expensive before the year is out. This is one clear warning from this month’s London Book Fair – that barmy bazaar of shop talk and deals that pops up … Read more

Being Heard, Being Seen, Being Read – How To Promote Your Non-Fiction Book

Writing non-fiction books can be hard work, translating historical events into the present day, recounting challenging real-life experiences, or critiquing artists and their work to say something new are all demanding projects — what can be harder still is promoting your book. You have committed yourself to your subject, dedicated yourself to hours of research, … Read more

Sharing Inuit Voices Across Time: Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska’s Web and Digital Archive

Guest post by: Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska This post is part of a series written by members of Internet Archive’s Community Webs program. Community Webs advances the capacity for community-focused memory organizations to build web and digital archives documenting local histories and underrepresented voices. For more information, visit communitywebs.archive-it.org/ Can you describe your community and … Read more

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In his review of books about the European Union, (April 1), Hugo Drochon devotes considerable space to the city of Mechelen (Malines), but without mentioning its principal significance in modern European history: as the place where the Jews of Belgium were summoned to assemble by the Nazi authorities, prior to their deportation to Auschwitz. Similarly, … Read more

The Paris Review – There Are No Minor Characters: On Jane Gardam

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In Book Design Made Simple, we suggest type sizes that should work in most situations for adult readers. But there are so many other situations! What about children’s books? What about large type books? Reference books? In this article we’ll suggest solutions for these kinds of books. And we’ll only discuss printed books; with ebooks, … Read more

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