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May 2004
Book Publishing Report;5/17/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p5
Trade Publication
Reports developments involving publishers and publishing and authors in the book industry and trade in the U.S. Category of the 2004 National Magazine Award won by Evan Wright, author of the book "Generation Kill"; Selection of the official bibliographic database of BooksInPrint.com Professional by R.R. Bowker for the BookExpo American tradeshow in Chicago; Settlement paid by SCO Group Inc. for a copyright infringement complaint from No Starch Press.


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