Category Review: Literary Fiction Headed Further Into Film in 2008
- The Canon-Hitting the Target. Winston, Kimberly; Bearden, Michelle; Schlumpf, Heidi; Nelson, Marcia Z.; Kress, Michael; Labbe, Theola S.; Borchard, Therese; Musleah, Rahel // Publishers Weekly;10/9/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 41, p55
Offers a look on the challenges posed by Bibles and sacred texts to publishers, marketers and retailers in the United States. Views of Tom Mockabee on the sales for study Bibles; Service to consumers; Strategies in marketing these texts. INSETS: What's Inside;Making the Old Texts New;Making...
- Book Industry Adapts To Anthrax Scares. Zeitchik, Steven // Publishers Weekly;11/5/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 45, p10
Deals with the impact of anthrax infections on the operations of the book industry in the United States. Plans of publishers to discard packages from unknown sources; Publishers which have adjusted their operations to prevent anthrax infections; Solution to be implemented by the periodical 'The...
- Rights. Nathan, Paul // Publishers Weekly;3/11/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 11, p24
Reports on book rights purchases made by publishing and film production companies as of March 1996. Book rights purchases by FOX 2000 Pictures; Picador's purchase of the right to publish `Little,' by David Treuer; Literary Guild's purchase of the publication rights for `Final Jeopardy,' by...
- U.S. publishing industry. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Summer98, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p75
Looks at the book publishing industry in the United States. Domestic activity; Book prices; International activity.
- Editorial. Rusch, Kristine Kathry // Fantasy & Science Fiction;Aug96, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p4
Editorial. Comments on the downside of the commercialization of the American publishing industry. Inability of editors to stand by a writer in opposition to market forces; Generation of income through sales; Illustration of corporate bottom line.
- Boosting bindery output. Toth, Debora // Publishers Weekly;6/17/96 Supplement, Vol. 243 Issue 25, pS10
Focuses on methods used by publishers in the United States to boost book bindery output. Use of new cover materials; In-line coating applications; Specialized flow-line systems.
- Paper usage slows, and price levels dip. Ducey, Michael J. // Publishers Weekly;6/17/96 Supplement, Vol. 243 Issue 25, pS12
Reports on the decline in paper consumption and prices within the book publishing industry in the United States. Slackening demand for independent titles; Niche book markets in various regions.
- U.S. publishing industry. Lofquist, William S. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Winter91/92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p71
Provides information on the status of the book publishing industry in the United States as of winter 1991. Decline in book sales in the first six months of 1991; Problems with low tax revenues; Increases in the sales of elementary and secondary textbooks for the first six months of 1991.
- U.S. publishing industry. Lofquist, William S. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Fall94, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p90
Focuses on the status of the publishing industry in the United States as of the first quarter of 1994. Soft demand seen for books; Stagnancy in book demand; Domestic activity; Purchases and sales; Producer price index for United States books; International activity.