There is also the practice of creating unique or
almost unique voluems by specilaist book makers which
are works of art in their own right.
Are these considered books in the normal sense. They
are much more than the 'texts' phrase which is bandied
--- Rickard A Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Because things are quiet on the TSE front I'm going
> to stir things up
> on the OT (off-topic) front.
> Authors William Styron, Kurt Vonnegut and Robert
> Parker signed over
> the rights to publish their works in "book form" to
> Random House years
> ago. They recently signed with RosettaBooks to
> publish their works in
> electronic form (e-books). Random House is suing
> contenting that "book form" includes e-books.
> More at:
> Well, will this provide another source of income for
> some of our
> list's poets and authors?
> Rick Parker
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