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American Reference Books Annual 1995 PRINT LIBRARY MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY BOOKS IN PRINT REFERENCE A patron requests a ... BOOKS IN PRINT ACQUISITIONS It's time to place your fall orders and you've got 12 publishers and 6 distributors to ...



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American Reference Books Annual 1995American Reference Books Annual 1995

Paperbound Books in Print : Including Mass Market , Paper , Trade , and Softcover Titles . Fall 1994. New Providence , N.J. , R. R. Bowker / Reed Reference Publishing , 1994. 6v . index . $ 210.00 / set ; $ 389.00 / yr ( Spring & Fall ...

Author: Bohdan S. Wynar

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

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With more than 1600 descriptive and evaluative entries, ARBA continues its 26-year tradition as a comprehensive review source for reference works published or distributed in the US. ARBA 95 encompasses the subject spectrum, covering such broad areas as general reference, history, education, economics and business and science and technology. Of special note in this edition is increased coverage of CD-ROM products. More than 350 reviewers provide reviews that cover strengths and weaknesses of the reference works.

Radical History Review Volume 61 Winter 1995Radical History Review Volume 61 Winter 1995

Where the dime novels mainly printed complete installments of full - length novels in book form , pulps ... The Paperbound Book in America ( New York : R. R. Bowker , 1958 ) ; John Tebbell , History of Book Publishing in the United ...

Author: Calvin B. Holder

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521483727


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Radical History Review presents innovative scholarship and commentary that looks critically at the past and its history from a non-sectarian left perspective. RHR scrutinises conventional history and seeks to broaden and advance the discussion of crucial issues such as the role of race, class and gender in history.

An Accidental NovelistAn Accidental Novelist

Tor paperback edition, July, 1991. Audio Book, Territory Titles, A Pegasus Western, 1995. Books in Motion, unabridged audio on CD, May, 2005. Where the River Runs, western fiction, M. Evans and Co., February, 1990. Large print edition ...

Author: Richard S. Wheeler

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9781611390629


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In his early forties, Richard Wheeler had never given a thought to writing fiction. By his early seventies, he had written sixty novels. And these were being published while he was climbing the masts of a sinking ship. This late-in-life novelist didn’t tackle high literature, but the sweaty world of genre fiction, where the publishers’ advances barely paid the rent. He wrote western fiction, and when that genre began to ship water, he leapt over to historical novels, and finally biographical novels, where he found himself in an odd literary corner, without competition. This is a memoir of literary struggle, of agents and editors, of jackets and publicity and book tours. This is also a story about the astonishing help he received along the way from friends, best-selling novelists, agents, editors, and publishers. Writing may be a lonely profession, but Wheeler discovered that the world of genre fiction writers is populated with caring and wise colleagues. Here, Wheeler evokes his early struggles, which somehow prepared him for a life as a successful novelist. He discusses shattered dreams and sudden joys. And running through his narrative is his passion to write about the West in new ways. RICHARD S. WHEELER is the author of sixty novels of the West, the winner of five Spur Awards, and the recipient of the Owen Wister Award for lifetime achievement in the literature of the American West. Many of his novels are now in trade paperback editions from Sunstone Press.