Making Books: Studies in Contemporary Australian Publishing

By: Carter, David; Galligan, Anne

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This collection of essays discusses contemporary publishing in Australia--a trade that generates nearly $2 billion annually--while analyzing the structure and dynamics of the industry in the context of social, cultural, and legal forces. Diligent focus is paid to key topics such as the culture of an average Australian publishing house, the decline of literary publishing, and the impact of new technologies on the industry. Discussions on the publishing of specific genres--from romance and crime fiction to poetry and feminist literature--are also included.

Title: Making Books: Studies in Contemporary Australian Publishing

Author Name: Carter, David; Galligan, Anne

Categories: Business, Books About Books,

Edition: First

Publisher: University of Queensland Press: 2007

ISBN Number: 0702234699

ISBN Number 13: 9780702234699

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Nr. Fine

Seller ID: 029255

Description: An unmarked copy. "An indispensable companion for arts industry professionals, those in the publishing industry, and scholars of book history or publishing studies."

Keywords: books, Publishing,