Archive | May, 2007

BTB #19: Meet the Editor, Webster Bull

Webster Bull started his book publishing business from the trunk of his car and a room in his home eight years ago. Now, as editor and publisher of Commonwealth Editions, he oversees publication of 18 nonfiction books a year – nearly 150 titles to date – about New England’s history, natural beauty and cultural past. […]

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Christopher Kenneally to Host Two Sessions at BEA

Christopher Kenneally discusses the two Beyond the Book sessions at BEA: Giving it Away: Free Lunch or Unrealized Opportunity on Thursday, May 31 at 3:00 pm, and A Winning Season? It’s Time to Take Sports-writing Seriously, on Friday June 1 at 11:30 am. http://media.blubrry.com/beyond_the_book/p/www.bookexpocast.com/wp-podcasts/KenneallyPodcast.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Stitcher

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BTB To Be at BEA: Chris Anderson Previews ‘Giving it Away’

Beyond the Book and its host Christopher Kenneally will be at two events at the upcoming 2007 BookExpo America in New York (May 31 – June 3). On Thursday, May 31 at 3:00 pm, Kenneally will moderate a panel entitled, “Giving it Away: Free Lunch or Unrealized Opportunity,” which will address the pros and cons […]

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FYI: CCC @ BEA-NYC! CU THERE!

Greetings, writing and publishing colleagues: For Beyond the Book and everyone at Copyright Clearance Center, I want to invite you and your colleagues to visit us at our upcoming tradeshow appearances. On Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1, we travel to New York City for a pair of panels at BookExpo America; the following […]

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BTB #18: On Scientific Publishing with Dr. Barbara Gastel

Dr. Barbara Gastel, physician, associate professor at Texas A&M, scientific author, and editor of How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper, discusses with Beyond the Book’s Christopher Kenneally, how to best communicate scientific knowledge to a diversifying and growing audience amidst a scientific publishing landscape that has changed due to new technologies and evolving […]

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