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  • All Things Asparagus
    It refuses to budge when a king, queen, princess and even the ruler's rhino try to remove it after it suddenly appears on the monarch's lawn.
    06/14/2004
  • In the Media Spotlight
    With more than 1,000 new titles published each week in 2003, the big question for publishers and retailers remained: What is driving sales of the books that are working?
    03/22/2004
  • SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
    (Roc, $12.95 paper 304p ISBN 0-451-45947-4) The Solar Queen combines two early novels, Sargasso of Space (1955) and Plague Ship (1956), from SFWA Grand Master Andre Norton's bestselling SF series centered on th
    12/01/2003
  • The Wizards of Oz
    Australian publishing has become ever more diverse and features a mix of players that includes big home-grown companies, branches of multinationals, longtime family operations, several veteran publishers and editors who have gone out on their own, and
    09/01/2003
  • In Children's, Fiction First
    Becky Anderson of Anderson's Bookshops in Naperville, Ill., felt that the reason children's booksellers were buzzing about fiction was "there are fewer kids in the picture book age range.
    06/16/2003
  • British Publishing 2003: U.K. Publishers Are Soldiering On
    There were many problems about life in London during our annual visit late last month, but happily the state of the British book business, at least as reflected in last year's sales, and a slightly-better-than-expected Christmas (in contrast to our o
    03/03/2003
  • The Comeback Queens
    It took her three weeks, she said, to pack up and open The Ivy Bookshop.
    11/25/2002
  • Backlist—All That Glitters
    Schwartz Bookshops in Milwaukee takes a similar stance.
    10/28/2002
  • Winds of Change at MPBA
    "In this year of tightening budgets, most of the educational programs were handled in-house and done exceptionally well," Meg Sherman of Chinook Bookshop in Colorado Springs commented, adding that the MPBA trainees who taught Thursday's seminars on
    10/07/2002
  • A Life Filled with Tails
    It's an affectionate look at the queen and her corgis.
    09/30/2002
  • Fall Regional Roundup
    As founder of the Pulpwood Queens Book Club, Kathy knows her stuff.
    08/19/2002
  • Books to Watch
    We love his work," said Valerie Koehler of the Blue Willow Bookshop, Houston, Tex.
    05/20/2002
  • Convention Schedule & Information
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    04/08/2002
  • BEA 2001: Long Live the Book
    It was the kind of trade show for which few people had superlatives.
    06/11/2001
  • Spoken Audio for Spring
    Mar.The Dragon's Teeth by Ellery Queen.
    02/05/2001

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