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Re: Making money as a vanity press?
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- Subject: Re: Making money as a vanity press?
- From: Jennifer Vignone <opus@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 19:39:41 -0500
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Could you provide the name and URL or subscribe information of this
writer's list??? I am interetsed. Thank you!!
>I belong to a mailing list of amateur writers, and I've offered to bind
>people's work virtually for free, just asking them to pay postage for
>getting the book to them when bound. Unfortunately, they're mostly in the US
>and I'm in the UK, so that can be a significant expense, but I still haven't
>had any takers. I wonder if it's not so much the money (a lot of the list
>members are students) as the thought of spending time getting a piece of
>work in a fit state to print. A few typos are neither here nor there when
>you email something out. Getting it back, bound for all eternity, with those
>glaring errors, would be a little depressing.
>So... I don't make money. I just bind stuff for close friends as birthday
>presents or whatever. It feeds my binding habit.
>But good luck. If it takes off, let us know.