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Glossary of Publishing Terms Paperback – January 1, by Publication Services (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Glossary of Publishing Terms [publication services] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Glossary of Publishing Terms All rights other than book publishing rights included in a book publishing contract, such as paperback rights, book club rights, movie rights, and more.
Subsidy publisher. Book publishers who charge authors for the cost to typeset and print their books, the jacket, etc., as opposed to a traditional publisher who pays the author. :// ARC – Advance Reader Copy of a book, sent prior to publication for media consideration and review.
It is not a final version of a book. The cover may include notification that there may be typographical errors in the ARC. Assisted Self-Publishing – In assisted self-publishing, authors pay to have their book published including editing, formatting, printing and marketing :// Skid; printers pallet Slurring; smearing of the image Slush-pile; informal term used to describe unsolicited submissions Small caps; capital letters of equal size type to the lower case letters Solid; area with % ink coverage Spine; back or binding edge of a book or publication Spiral Bind; continuous wire or plastic looped through holes punched along bound edge The first half of the glossary contains terms A-Z and is followed by two book anatomy illustrations, Publication Services glossary of publishing terms book of the various book sizes, a guide to condition ratings, and the most common abbreviations used in the world of books.
There are photo examples of the terms but please keep in mind that book characteristics and conditions :// The portion of a book cover or cover jacket that folds into the book from front to back. The flap can contain biographical information about the author, ISBN, a short summary of the book, date of publishing or publisher name, and the cost of the book.
The flap also protects the book edges from wear and spine from shelf wear or other damage Landscape: A term used to describe the orientation of a book, where the book is wider than it is tall (e.g., a 10 x 5 trim size would mean the book is 10 inches wide and 5 inches tall, where the book would be bound on the 5-inch side).
Matte Lamination: Laminate is a thin piece of plastic that coats the cover of your book. Matte lamination Glossary of Terms. Airside. Those assets and areas used solely for the support of air operations, including AOS, technical and support buildings and facilities, including all services to/from or in these facilities.
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From AAUPwiki. Jump to An individual or company that assembles components necessary for book publication - any combination of author, manuscript, book designer, editor, camera-ready copy, printer, or finished book - and sells the property in a specific state of completion to a publisher that will release and Self-Publishing: System of book production in which the author generally assumes the financial risk of publication.
The self-publishing model circumvents the need for an author to contract with a publishing house to ensure publication of the book. A self-published book Glossary of Newspaper Terms Ad, Advertisment — Printed notice of something for sale paid for by the advertiser.
AP — Abbreviation for Associated Press, a wire service. Art — Any photo, map graph or illustration. Assignment — A story a reporter is detailed to A publisher’s fee for covering publishing costs such as those associated with editorial and peer-review processes.
Upon payment of an APC the paper is made open access immediately on publication (gold open access). Date of Acceptance. The date an article is accepted, after peer review, for publication by a :// BOOK PLATE An ownership label, usually placed inside front cover.
Many have become collectible due to the designer or owner; others actually lower the value of books printed in the last 50 or so years, especially book plates that can be purchased in batches of 50 or and a space left for the owner’s name to be penciled or myWriterTools comes with an extensive glossary of writing, publishing and editing terms.
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Also called a "two-page spread" because the one illustration "spreads" across two facing pages of an open book. For example, if your book size is 8" wide by 10" high, then a two-page illustration size for your book would be 16" wide by 10" high.
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The Publisher agrees that the Work, if published, shall be published within 12 months of the Final Delivery Date, except as the date of publication may be extended by forces beyond Publisher’s Glossary of Copywriting Editorial Terms. Editing conventions recommended by the "Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association," the primary style guide used for academic writing in the social and behavioral sciences.
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