Stealth Brings Out-Of-Print Midlist Books Back To Life With New Plan

November 2000
Book Publishing Report;11/06/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of Stealth Press to bring out-of-print midlist books back by printing hardcover copies through the Web in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Difference of Stealth from short-run companies; Details of the direct publishing model of the company; Advantages of the profit sharing program participated by authors.


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