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Tag Archives: Behind the Scenes

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  • 21
    Jan

    2014

    Inside Publishing: Commissioning the Book

    Ever wondered what the life of a book looks like from a publisher's perspective? Or how the books you read get from the author's laptop to your bookstore (or Amazon cart)? Senior commissioning editor ...

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  • 18
    Jun

    2010

    Welcome to our lovely new interns!

    The twenty interns for the Cambridge University Press Summer 2010 Internship Program began our first week with an orientation meeting with Benjamin Jeremiah, the Employment Manager.  He gave us an overview...

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  • 26
    Feb

    2010

    The New Demand for Print… on Demand

    In 2009, about 10% of Cambridge’s sales were generated by books printed on demand (POD) – a dramatic increase from five years ago. Engraving of printer using the early Gutenberg letter press, 15th...

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  • 10
    Dec

    2008

    Judgments on a Book’s Cover

    Ruth Wajnryb writes on something that concerns us all in the publishing world: book titles. We don’t agonize and argue over them for nothing: her essay from You Know What I Mean? shows the length...

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  • 26
    Nov

    2008

    Publishing in a Recession

    The New York Times today has an article that speaks volumes about the publishing industry, especially to those who don’t realize how hectic it can be. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has stopped accepting...

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