Publishing Resources

One way that PLU's Publishing & Printing Arts (PPA) program helps students make their "love of books" a "life of books" is by building enduring connections with the professional publishing world. For more information about different aspects of the world of publishing, check out these helpful links.

(This page is constantly evolving, so check back later for more links. To recommend additional links, click here.)

General Information

Literary Marketplace
Publishers Weekly
Galley Cat
Journal of Electronic Publishing
Association of American Publishers
Shelf Awareness
Booksquare
Glossarist (printing glossaries and dictionaries)

Writing and Editing Resources

Chicago Manual of Style
Modern Language Association (MLA)
AP Stylebook
Oxford English Dictionary
Elements of Style

Getting Published

IndyPublish
Writers Market
Writer's Digest
Published.com

Book Arts

Book Arts Web
Center for Book Arts
Independent Publishing Resource Center
Letterology (Jennifer Kennard)
n Poetry Project (Jorge Drexler)
The Third & the Seventh (Alex Roman)

Copyright & Intellectual Property

U.S. Copyright Office
Copyright Clearance Center
Gigalaw.com
Chilling Effects

Publishing Studies Programs

Rare Book School (U of Virginia)
Emerson College
Portland State University (Book Publishing)
Denver Publishing Institute (U of Denver)
Center for Publishing (NYU)
Mills College (Book Art & Creative Writing)
U of Iowa Center for the Book
Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing (Simon Fraser U)
Book History & Print Culture (U of Toronto)



NYU Publishing Studies Information Sessions

posted Nov 26, 2012, 11:05 AM by Solveig Robinson

NYU is offering two online information sessions in early December 2012 about its Summer Publishing Institute and MS in Publishing programs.

For more information, see the attached flyer.

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