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    BookExpo America 2013

    by Sabrina Publishing
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    I attended my last BEA as a resident of the east coast (though I’m sure I’ll find a way to get back there next year). Although I was pressed for time and unable to make any of the panels this year, I met some really amazing people, publishers, and startups. One of my favorite booths was Indie Bestsellers, […]

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    NYU Publishing Students on Next Generation Publishing

    by Sabrina Future

    The last day of BEA was incredibly busy. Between speed dating and interviews, I only had time to hear the last half of my fellow NYU publishing graduates panel. The topic was What The Next Generation Thinks: New Voices In Publishing Speak Out, and I’ve listed some of the more memorable quotes.

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    PubSlush Press: Platform, Publisher, and Partner

    by Sabrina Publishing

    First off, PubSlush is a great name. But what do they do? Well, a lot of things.

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    Speed Dating: An Overview of 9 Innovative Digital Publishing Companies and Products

    by Sabrina Future
    BEA

    The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) held a Digital Show and Tell last week at BEA. This consisted of 15 new companies, split up in to two groups, giving five minute pitches to attendees. It’s basically speed dating, but for digital publishing. Each session lasted long enough that all attendees could hear each of the […]

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    Basics of Licensing

    by Sabrina Legal

    The legal aspects of publishing fascinate me. Sure, they’re complicated and hard to understand at first, but it’s interesting to learn what you can and can’t do. Licensing is a very lucrative aspect of publishing. I don’t really think of licensing when I think of publishing, but some companies, such as IDW Publishing, Bendon Publishing […]

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    BookExpo America

    by Sabrina Publishing

    It’s almost that time of year again, the time for BEA. Not in New York? Well, people interested in the publishing industry, you can watch BEA live streaming on my blog. Just bookmark this post! http://cdn.livestream.com/events/bea/channelsmall.html

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    BEA Day 3: Swag

    by Sabrina Publishing
    BEA swag

    Today was the third and last day of BEA. At 2:30 p.m., all the exhibitors shut down and started giving away their display copies, which meant I (and everyone else in the Jacob Javits Center) got a lot of stuff. In addition to books, I picked up posters, pencils, bags, and even a coupon for […]

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    BEA Day 2: Book Country

    by Sabrina Publishing
    Book Country

    Book Country is an online community for writers of romance, fantasy, sci-fi, thriller, and mystery novels. The name gives the website a sense of being a real place. The site opened its beta site to the public one month ago, and already it has 2,500 users. That’s a lot, especially considering the site is run […]

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    BEA Day 2: Meeting Chuck Palahniuk

    by Sabrina Publishing
    Chuck Palahniuk

    3:30 p.m. – Chuck Palahniuk. Table 2. At 2:40 p.m., I made my way to the Random House booth at BEA so I could meet one of my favorite authors and get a signed copy of his book, Damned. After battling a small mob and evading some cranky line-makers, I found myself number 30 or […]

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    BEA Day 1

    by Sabrina Publishing
    BEA

    First day of my first BEA, BookExpo America. Fortunately, because of this publishing blog, I was able to attend for free! I spent about five hours today at the Expo, and I still wasn’t able to cover everything. It can be a little overwhelming, as some attendees may agree, but totally worth it. This year, […]

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