Atlantic Path Publishing (www.atlanticpathpublishing.com) has donated 30 copies of Writing and Developing Your College Textbook, 2nd ed., to be used by the Text and Academic Authors Association (TAA) as an early conference registration incentive for its 2011 Conference, “Let your writing SOAR!”.
Writing and Developing Your College Textbook, by Mary Ellen Lepionka, is a professional desk reference and guide for academic authors by an expert in higher education textbook development. It addresses current trends and alternative publishing models in textbook publishing today, what happens (and when) in the textbook publishing process, how to write a textbook proposal and sell a publisher on your textbook idea, what to watch for when negotiating a contract, how (and why) it's smart to be market savvy, and much more.
Atlantic Path Publishing, founded in 2002, publishes professional books on textbook and ancillary writing and development for academic authors, editors, writers, publishers and content providers.
New Forums Press donates books
New Forums Press, Inc. (www.newforums.com) has donated 30 copies of It Works For Me: Becoming a Publishing Scholar/Researcher to be used by TAA as an early conference incentive for its 2011 Conference, “Let your writing SOAR!”.
This new book, written by Charlie Sweet and Hal Blythe from Eastern Kentucky University, is a collection of short, practical tips on becoming a publishing scholar/researcher drawn from real-life experiences. Becoming a Publishing Scholar/Researcher is a follow up to the authors’ first book in their It Works for Me series, It Works for Me as a Scholar-Teacher.
New Forums Press, Inc., publishes and distributes information packages relevant to staff, program and organization development issues in higher education, as well as histories of general interest, primarily in the form of books, journals and newsletters. We also provide personalized publishing services to a variety of organizations and individuals.