- Editor's Note. // Russian Studies in Literature;Summer2003, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p3
Comments on the publication of the second of two issues of the book 'Russian Studies in Literature.' Devotion of the articles to the theme of Russian nature and culture; Reference to articles in the first issue; Introduction of guest editor Rachel May.
- Resources from ERIC. Smith, Marilyn // Emergency Librarian;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p68
Reviews articles and documents on literature for children and young adults. `Kid's favorite books: Children's Choices 1989-1991'; `Books for You: A Booklist for Senior High Students,' 11th edition from the National Council of Teachers of English Bibliography Series; `Teens' Favorite Books:...
- Just the facts, please. Bennett, Jo; Maurer, Rolf // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;12/01/97, Vol. 26 Issue 17, p86
Presents the responses of various persons in the publishing industry on the use of fact checkers to insure the accuracy of articles.
- A brave new world of books. Taylor, Sally // Publishers Weekly;08/25/97 Supplement, Vol. 244 Issue 35, pS3
Considers the role of Spain in the realm of Spanish-language book publishing. Percentage of Spanish language titles produced in Spain; Comparisons of populations in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and South America; Comparisons of numbers of titles published; Outlook...
- RECENT PUBLICATIONS. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;May46, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p470
Presents a lists of publications related to economics as of May 1946.
- On the information and selection function of economics articles--claims and reality. Meyer, Dirk // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics;Fall2000, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p49
Focuses on the standards of awareness among academics about their communication systems. Elucidation of the market relations surrounding the publication of manuscripts or articles; Information and selection function.
- The publisher's view. Saugman, Per // British Medical Journal;10/29/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6095, p1127
Focuses on the main categories of medical literature. Ways of writing medical books; Discussion of the aims of the author and publisher; Difficulty of monograph from the publisher's point of view.
- Publishing non-fiction: `What is it about?'. Asscher, Maarten // Publishing Research Quarterly;Summer98, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p41
Looks at the publishing of non-fiction books in the Netherlands. Information on the November 9, 1997 issue of `The New York Times Book Review'; Definition of novels; How a literary publisher should deal with non-fiction; Differences between book markets within the genre of fiction; Examples of...
- Water, water everywhereï¿½. Hammond, Andrew // Middle East;Mar2003, Issue 332, p60
Focuses on the literary culture in Arab countries. Reasons for low publication of literary books in Arab countries; Impact of economic recession on book publishing; Influence of English language on Arab literature.
- Gay fiction for kids: Is anyone out there publishing it? Garden, Nancy // Lambda Book Report;Nov97, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p25
Opinion. Discusses the publication of gay fiction for children in the United States. Names of books published for children; Information on various publications of these type of books; Details on limited publications.