Author Archives: Courtney Remington

Interview with Mary Jane Cedar Face

Interview with Mary Jane Cedar Face, Collection Development/Social Sciences librarian and editor of BookMarks. Tell me a little about yourself? (What’s your education background? How did you become the Collection Development/Social Services librarian? Have you or do you work on … Continue reading

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Books and Their Trailers

I’m glad I got to learn more about Ashland Creek Press in this class. I had heard about her press from her travel writing workshop, and it was mentioned before in class, but no discussion ever got in depth. Now … Continue reading

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Ingram, MyiLibrary, and Coutts

Where would publishing pipeline go if there weren’t book distributers like Ingram? I must say the company is impressive. Who knew that they were an umbrella company for Lightning Source, Coutts, Spring Arbor, and MyiLibrary among many others? I sure … Continue reading

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Writing of the Ghostly Nature

First, let me say that I had no idea ghostwriting could be so successful financially. I also did not realize how much work is actually put into creating a text. I mean I knew ghostwriting took a lot of work, … Continue reading

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Reading/Presentation Response and A Paper Research Idea

I very much enjoyed Monday the 11th readings, particularly the article “How did public libraries get started.” I was captured by the last section “The public library today.” One of the lines in this section read “libraries are constantly faced … Continue reading

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