Archive for the ‘publishing’ Category

So, What Kind of Stuff Do You Write?

Friday, September 24th, 2010 at 14:42

(thanks to deep-focus.com) This summer has been one of writing and most of all, rewriting. Draft after draft, constantly seeking constructive praise–who wants criticism? But constructive criticism is what I got, which is more than the faux-Blair above and his writer received. Given that I’m still alive and the criticism was good, I have put […]






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Law Publishing is Changing and Moving into the 21st Century

Friday, September 10th, 2010 at 11:20

(Thanks to David Restorick) The Ark Booktower above was part of an exhibition of small spaces at the Victoria and Albert Museum this summer. I especially liked this one which was a booktower, enclosed by books with occasional seats at different levels, so one could stop and browse. If I had one I would never […]






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Great New Law and Society Publishing Venture

Sunday, June 13th, 2010 at 16:15

(available at Amazon) Alan Childress of Tulane Law School has set up a new publishing house of great interest to law and society scholars as well as others. Alan posted in Legal Profession Blog: As a follow-up to my post yesterday on republishing the Kadish & Kadish classic and others as a Kindle book or […]






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