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  • "A not-for-profit literary press dedicated to promoting cross-cultural exchange through international literature in translation"

  • This database provides "a list of home pages for Association of American University Presses member presses and some other academic presses."

  • "The Book Industry Study Group, a membership-supported, not-for-profit research organization, is comprised of organizations from every sector of the publishing community. Its goal is to provide accurate and current research information about the industry for its members and others." Site includes a directory of publishers' archives.

  • Bowker's comprehensive online portal into the book industry. Provides librarians, publishers, booksellers, authors, and general book enthusiasts with the resources they need, including links to Booksinprint.com, Ulrichsweb.com, Library Journal and Publisher's Weekly, literary journals and reviews, and a directory of book sites around the world. Users can also search updated bestseller lists, find listings of literary events, and read author interviews.

  • CLMP is an organization designed to facilitate the publishing process for independent literary presses.

  • "The IPA amplifies the power of independent publications so as to foster a more just, open and democratic society."

  • With its beginnings "as a place where experimentalists could test their inventions by publication," it also is known for bringing books back into print, relaunching classics, and publishing influential foreign writers in translation.

  • "Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.It is the world's largest university press. It publishes more than 4,500 new books a year, has a presence in over fifty countries, and employs some 3,700 people worldwide.

  • Online version features U.S. and international publishing news, bestseller lists, forecasts, author interviews, and schedules of author appearances.

  • A bibliography of articles, books, and electronic documents related to scholarly publishing efforts on the Internet and other networks. Most published between 1990 and the present. Where possible, links are provided to sources available on the web.

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