Monthly Archives: March 2012

March’s Non-words

Here are the Non-Words for March: endeem, v. to cause something to become endemic. 1 Mar overmind, v. to pay too much attention to those in authority. 2 Mar ummify, v. to repeatedly use “um”s and “uh”s in one’s speech … Continue reading

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The Birth of a Book

I’m preparing for my spring History of Publishing class and came across this teriffic silent video of old school book making: Glen Milner’s The Birth of a Book.

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ePublishing Workshop

Today I attended the Ashland Mystery ePublishing Workshop at the Ashland Public Library where about 50 people heard from authors and publishers and author/publishers. Ashland’s Tim Wolhforth brought the audience up to speed on the state of mystery–what’s being published, … Continue reading

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An Interview with Karen Clarke

EB: Your book Short Term Finance and Working Capital Management was published in 2011. Tell us little bit about your background and how you got involved with writing a textbook on finance? KC: Ed, thank you for the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Bill Cameron on Characterization

Here’s more of Bill Cameron talking about character development in his novels Lost Dog, Chasing smoke and Day One. Courtesy of Ashland Mystery.

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