IntechOpen is an open access scientific book publisher
, with more than 3,350 published OA books to date and 1.7 million downloads of scientific chapters and books in the last year.
For book publishers
, Register, who specializes in book metadata, and McIlroy, an electronic publishing analyst, explain the metadata that accompanies new books and how it helps describe, market, and sell them in the US, UK, and Canadian publishing supply chains.
are already competing with their primary customers--Amazon and brick-and-mortar booksellers--which is similar to what's happening in the licensing world, where licensors and manufacturers are selling directly to consumers in competition with retail.
Publishing Companies, Book Publishers
and Corporate Advertisers from all over the region are encouraged to nominate themselves and enter their favorite projects, programs, or best practices.
Blackwell Publishing (Malden, MA) has acquired the assets of medical journal and book publisher
Le Jacq Communications (Darien, CT).
World renowned independent art book publisher
, gallery and bookstore, PowerHouse Books, is moving to 37 Main Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn, to launch a laboratory for creative thought.
A book publisher
has scooped three out of 10 books nominated for a national award.
Internet company Google is reported to be looking into plans with one book publisher
to assess interest for a new scheme that would enable users to rent copies of books online for up to a week.
Armed with several display banners, books, and a lot of enthusiasm, the CEO of JCW Enterprises Inc., a New York-based children's book publisher
, was optimistic about her potential sales.
AT HARVEST HOUSE Publishers, a Christian book publisher
with its headquarters in west Eugene, a hushed serenity descends on the warehouse at Christmastime - and that's just fine by the company's owners and 120 workers.
It all adds up to priceless exposure for the Christian book publisher
, which markets about 125 titles a year.
Also find out how to self-publish your book or sell it to a book publisher
. Finally, you'll read about the importance of promoting your work once it has been published.
The co-authors are an Irish Roman Catholic priest and an American Protestant Evangelical historian and book publisher
. Together they have produced a book that presents Christian history in all its diversity -- in good times and bad -- concerned not only with the leaders in each era, but for its role in the lives of ordinary people.
He said: "We are no different from a film company or book publisher
in saying `let's do a story which captures the public imagination' and the Great Train Robbery did that."
IT book publisher
O'Reilly and Associates last week announced a new technical conference for developers of enterprise-class Java-based applications.