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Books
· Touching the Sky (CD)

· Reflections on Distractions

· The Teachers Always Write

· Touching the Sky

· The Carpenter of Auguliere


Short Stories
· The Asphyxiation Caper

· The Jewel of the Mountain


Articles
· The Fabulous Potato

· A Brief History of New York City Schools

· Ten Ways Life on Earth Could End

· The Incredible Praying Mantis

· The Art of Self-Editing

· About The Carpenter of Auguliere


Poetry
· Thanksgiving Day

· Mortal Decadence

· Summer Trance

· I Cried from Warsaw to Auschwitz

· Who Am I, Really?

· Something Seized the Air That Day

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News
· How to Compose Brilliant Prose

· Alpha Centauri & Beyond has a T-Shirt Program

· It's Official--We're Going Live

· Alpha Centauri & Beyond's New Spin-off

· The Teachers Always Write

· Alpha Centauri & Beyond RSS Feed

· Alpha Centauri & Beyond Show


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· The Teachers Always Write

· It's Official--We're Going Live!

· Doctor Robert Zubrin Appears on Alpha Centauri & Beyond

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The Carpenter of Auguliere

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The Teachers Always Write

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Reflections on Distractions





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Blogs by D. Wayne Dworsky

The 2007 Book Fair
12/3/2007 1:25:38 PM
The 2007 Small Press Book Fair Was A Smash!
First, I must apologize for the gigantic image that came out of my recent NEWS EVENT. Hopefully, it will be corrected shortly. For those who prefer immediate rectification, I have included the content of the event here for all to read. Thanks one-hundred billion!

The 2007 Small Press Book Fair


The 20th Annual Independent and Small Press Book Fair was a smash! It attracted no less than 3,000 visitors. This year, 79 exhibitors graced the three levels at The New York Center for Independent Publishing, of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, also known as (CIP), from the Library and Balcony to the two rooms on the second floor, flaunting their pride through thousands of magnificent publications.

The Friday just before the book fair featured a panel of five copyright experts who discussed the wares of foreign copyright, including the business of overseas sales, publishing overseas and publishing works in translation overseas.

Following the copyright panel, former Colorado Congresswoman, the eloquent Patricia Scott Schroeder, now president and Chief Executive Officer of The Association of American Publishers (AAP), held a captivating talk addressing the many convoluted issues of protecting the rights of authors, highlighting the banner books are not dead in her theme.

There was wine this year, at least for the publishers and independent authors who took part. Again, Karen Taylor, the Executive Director of CIP, put together a rather remarkable program that will prove memorable. Among the more dazzling of the 13 groups that took place during the book fair, Qu’est-ce que c’est sex & violence dominated discussions. A small press that revealed steamy covers on their romance collection lurked just outside the discussion room.

Contrary to previous years, a large number of publishers of children’s books took up much of the Balcony, while the Library supported those with large and rich selections of fresh titles.


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More Blogs by D. Wayne Dworsky
• Robert Zubrin Sings Again - Thursday, October 17, 2013
• It’s Official—We’re Going Live! - Monday, July 08, 2013
• Alpha Centauri & Beyond: Alien Worlds! - Tuesday, June 22, 2010
• Alpha Centauri & Beyond - Saturday, June 05, 2010
• The Carpenter Is Back - Monday, November 09, 2009
• Sacramento Book Review - Monday, November 09, 2009
• Reviewer - Friday, March 20, 2009
• Using the "My Den Storage" feature - Saturday, May 24, 2008
• Media Attack on Hillary - Wednesday, February 06, 2008
•  The 2007 Book Fair - Monday, December 03, 2007  
• The Incredible Praying Mantis - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
• Something Seized the Air That Day - Sunday, October 14, 2007
• My First Blog - Sunday, October 14, 2007


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