Book Publishing/History of
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The Enlightenment: Connexipedia Article
A term used to describe a time in Western philosophy and cultural life, centered upon the eighteenth century.
Memory as Resistance: Grassroots Archives and the Battle of Memory: Preservation as subversion: Do grassroots archives have a future?
CONNEXIONS and Beit Zatoun are spotlighting grassroots archives this November with an open house and networking event November 24, a talk and discussion November 27, and an exhibit (November 16-27). G...
New Hogtown Press: After Retrenchment, A Few Steps Forward
A profile of New Hogtown Press, a radical book and pamphlet publisher and distributor.
New Hogtown Press: Connexipedia Article
New Hogtown Press was a Canadian left-wing publisher active during the 1970s and 1980s.
Seeds of Fire: A People's Chronology
Recalling events that happened on this day in history. Memories of struggle, resistance and persistence.
The William Morris Internet Archive
A subarchive of the Marxists Internet Archive, featuring the works of the English socialist, writer, and artist William Morris.
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Cover story: a year of beautiful books
Publishers are fighting back against the ebook tide with great designs
Publishers have started building their marketing strategies around form rather than content. The article emphasises that the whole point of a good book design is to grab the attention of both the rea...
The Cultural Industries in Canada
Problems, Policies and Prospects
Dorland, Michael (ed.)
Dorland discusses policy problems specific to the Canadian cultural industries that produce cultural commodities, such as books, films and television programs.
Fifty Shades of Pulp
Book review of Paula Rabinowitz's 'American Pulp: How Paperbacks Brought Modernism to Main Street.'
For bibliomaniacs, there is no cure
Literary hoarders were once seen as antiscocial but historians thank them now
An essayist looks into the curious pastime of book collecting, as well as her own lifelong passion to grow her collection.
From Cave Paintings to the Internet
Chronological and Thematic Studies on the History of Information and Media.
History of the Book in Canada
Volume Two: 1840 - 1918
Lamonde, Yvan, Fleming, Patricia Lockhart, Black, Fiona. A.
The second of three volumes dealing with the history of publishing in Canada.
My life as a bibliophile
From school prizes to writing his own novels, the author reflects on his lifelong bibliomania and explains why, despite e-readers and Amazon, he believes the physical book and bookshops will survive.
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Fame & Fortune Online
Comprehensive listing of awards available to Canadian journalists.