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Re: Making money as a vanity press?
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- Subject: Re: Making money as a vanity press?
- From: Micki Nellis <micki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 14:59:39 -0600
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How much would you charge for binding books in small quantities? All publishers have to make "galleys" to send to reviewers before the book is officially "published." The galleys are a small run of the book in a different binding, because certain reviewers insist on getting the book a few months before it is "published." This is a great pain in the neck to many small publishers because they don't have the equipment or know-how to do it themselves.
At 10:47 AM 3/8/98 -0500, you wrote:
>How likely is it that I could make some money as a vanity press, taking
>people's manuscripts in electronic format, going to a layout program, to the
>printed page, to a hand-bound book? I'm not looking to make a living doing
>this, just having fun and making some spending money.
>Thanks for any help, pointers, or laments of sad experience.
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