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Alexander on Publishing Peter Pindar: Production, Profits, and Piracy in Georgian Satire

James R. Alexander, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown, has published Publishing Peter Pindar: Production, Profits and Piracy in Georgian Satire at 112 Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 149 (2018). As the scurrilous poet ‘Peter Pindar,’ John Wolcot was the … Continue reading

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Publishing Contracts: Where Lies the Danger for Indie Publishers?

When the owner of an independently operated publishing company wishes to cash out, they will need to establish the value of the business they have built.  The yardstick that will be used is based on cash flow, and, ultimately determined by the soundness of its … Continue reading

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The Art of Law: Artistic Representations and Iconography of Law and Justice in Context, from the Middle Ages to the First World War (forthcoming from Springer Publishing)

Forthcoming from Springer: The Art of Law: Artistic Representations and Iconography of Law and Justice in Context, from the Middle Ages to the First World War (S. Huygebaert, G. Martyn, V. Paumen, E. Bousmar, and X. Rousseaux, eds., 2018) (Ius Gentium: … Continue reading

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Inefficiencies of bar association digital publishing

Whether it’s a bar association website, a monthly lawyer magazine or a blog, they are all publishing — and today, digital publishing running on software. There are fifty state bar associations and, I assume, about fifty or seventy metro/county bar … Continue reading

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Europe on the verge of voting nefarious digital publishing right

I’m not given to grandiose statements, but this headline may actually be understating the threat that we face. The European Union is about to embark on a copyright reform of monumental proportions, one that could change the way we interact … Continue reading

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