Selling the write stuff
- Nutley is named first chairman in RTE rejig. Fletcher, Mike // Event;Jan2003, p7
Reports the appointment of Tom Nutley as chairman of Reed Travel Exhibitions (RTE) in January 2003. Purpose of his appointment; Duties; Promotion of UK divisional director Mike Allsopp; Events to be organized by RTE.
- Digital Publishing Industry Sets Fall Date For First ePubExpo. // Educational Marketer;07/17/2000, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p10
Deals with ePub Expo, the digital publishing-themed offshoot of BookExpo America company to be held in New York City on October 31, 2000 to November 1, 2000.
- NSW CYSS's Bega extravaganza. Drayton, Judy // Orana;Nov96, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p275
Talks about the New South Wales Children's and Youth Services Section Pre-Book Week Extravaganza and one-day seminar in Bega, New South Wales. Privilege garnered by few school librarians; Presence of Naomi Lewis.
- US Frankfurt exhibitors to stay in Hall 4. // Publishers Weekly;3/10/1989, Vol. 235 Issue 10, p17
Describes the arrangements made for housing American exhibitors in Hall 4 at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
- 60 countries to participate in London fair. Menkes, V. // Publishers Weekly;3/31/89, Vol. 235 Issue 13, p11
Report on the London International Book Fair, and its guest of honor, Edwina Currie.
- Jerusalem: Building relationships. Maryles, D. // Publishers Weekly;4/21/1989, Vol. 235 Issue 16, p25
Reports on the fourteenth Jerusalem International Book Fair held March 12 to 18. Atmosphere; United States, European, Russian, Chinese and Israelis attendees; Editorial Fellowship Program. INSET: Aspen Forum: Looking toward 2000, by J.R. Moskin..
- London '89: A growing internationalism. Menkes, V. // Publishers Weekly;5/5/89, Vol. 235 Issue 18, p33
Report on the recent London Book Fair '89. Exhibits, literary agents, publishers, authors.
- Bologna: An American commitment. Lottman, H.R. // Publishers Weekly;5/19/89, Vol. 235 Issue 20, p32
Describes the increasingly active role of American publishers in the Bologna (Italy) Children's Book Fair. Ways of exhibiting books at the fair; Lack of innovative projects; Adult trade business; Fair highlights.
- U.S. visitors to the fair find `nothing to die for'. Roback, D. // Publishers Weekly;5/19/89, Vol. 235 Issue 20, p37
Discusses the fact that in spite of the number of good books being bought and sold at the 1989 Bologna (Italy) Children's Book Fair, there was an absence of real stand-out projects. Auctions of children's books; Dearth of new fiction; Issue of exclusive rights.