2 edition of Book-jackets, blurbs, and bibliographers. found in the catalog.
Book-jackets, blurbs, and bibliographers.
G. Thomas Tanselle
Reprinted at the University Press, Oxford, from the Transactions of the Bibliographical Society, The Library, June 1971.
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|Pagination||,91-134p., 10 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
Most non-fiction books should consider having one to make you a real person to the reader. For novels, like the biography blurb, don’t include one on or in your book if you don’t honestly feel that it is going to help build your brand. Review Quotes: Only use review quotes from known, respected sources, credentialed people or celebrities. The Book Jacket Blurbs Nobody Will Ever Read. 05/22/ am ET Updated As a cookbook author, when the marketing department of your publisher asks for book "blurbs," you have to call clients, friends, anybody that you can think of who will say something nice about you or your book. Unfortunately, my mother is dead. And even.
The front flap of the self-wrapper has blurbs by Stein and Djuna Barnes; according to G. Thomas Tanselle in his paper "Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers" (citing another source) this was the only wrapper blurb contributed by Stein during her lifetime, and possibly the only one from Barnes as well. Seller Inventory # This crossword clue Book jacket blurb often was discovered last seen in the March 27 at the Daily Pop Crosswords Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 3 answers first letter of which starts with B and can be found at the end of O.
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Book-jacket blurb is a crossword puzzle clue. Clue: Book-jacket blurb. Book-jacket blurb is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted 2 times. There are related clues (shown below). A book blurb (also called a “back-cover blurb” or a “book description”) is a short description of the book's main character and conflict, usually between and words, that traditionally is included on the inside cover or on the back of a book.
In ebook and self-publishing, a book blurb is what’s used on the main online sales page. In March Tanselle read a paper to the Bibliographical Society, entitled ‘Book-Jackets, Blurbs and Bibliographies' (published in The Library, v, 26 (), 91–), in which he rightly regretted the general neglect shown for book jackets by booksellers, collectors, and : Mirjam M.
Foot. G. Thomas Tanselle. Book-Jackets: Their History, Forms, and Use. Charlottesville: The Bibliographical Society of America, pp. ISBN Book-jackets, more commonly referred to as dust-jackets, have only recently attracted the sustained attention of print culture scholars, bibliographers, collectors, and librarians.
Sincewhen "Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers," the first of his major essays on dust jackets, appeared, Tanselle has been writing about the failure to preserve and bibliographers.
book jackets--by collectors, by dealers, and by institutions--and how that failure has affected the study of books and book history.
The book jacket, defined as a protective paper cover folded around the boards of a new book, has been in use since at least "Book-jackets, Blurbs and Bibliographers." The Library, Fifth series, vol.
26, no.2 (June ) Collection Data. Blurbs spine, and inside flap, and jacket backs and flaps. The jackets are from books. The first half of this book consists of revised versions of three of Tanselle's previously published articles, "Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers" (), "Dust-Jackets, Dealers, and Documentation" (), and "Coda: News and the Nineties" ().
Blurb definition is - a short publicity notice (as on a book jacket). How to use blurb in a sentence. The size of a book is generally measured by the height against the width of a leaf, or sometimes the height and width of its cover. A series of terms is commonly used by libraries and publishers for the general sizes of modern books, ranging from folio (the largest), to quarto (smaller) and octavo (still smaller).
Historically, these terms referred to the format of the book, a technical term. Sell your book in the Blurb Bookstore, through Amazon, or in the Global Retail Network of o retailers, libraries, and schools. Print as You Go Sell one copy at a time and let Blurb fulfill the orders or place a large order and sell in-person.
"Book-jackets, Blurbs and Bibliographers." The Library, Fifth series, vol. 26, no.2 (June ) Collection Data. Description Despite the fact that dust jackets often include useful information about a book and its author, including biographical notes and often a portrait, it has long been Research Libraries practice to remove the jackets from.
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The book description will often include the back book blurb text plus endorsements and reviews (much like the entire back cover of a book). If you don’t have a print version of your book and it’s only sold online, everything in this article about back book blurbs can be applied to your book.
The book jacket, defined as a protective paper cover folded around the boards of a new book, has been in use since at least Since that time, publishers have exploited the possibilities of text and image printed on the jackets to increase the attractiveness of their offerings.
Book Jacket Blurbs What are they. A blurb is a short summary or some words of praise accompanying a creative work, usually referring to the words on the back of the – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: 3cecMDYzM.
It has to make them keep reading the blurb. Book buyers won’t read on if the first sentence fails to grab their interest.
TIP: Here is a tip that few people follow. It is a powerful tip. Write your book cover blurb first. Yes, before you write the manuscript. Perfect the blurb. Make it so drool-worthy that everybody will want to buy a copy of.
Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers. in: The Library, A Quarterly Review of Bibliography (June ?) Weidemann, Kurt, editor.
Book jackets and record covers: an international survey. Teddy Wayne imagines humorous book-jacket blurbs written by the luminaries of the extraterrestrial literary set as they review each other’s works.
BOOK-JACKETS OF THE s BOOK-JACKETS OF THE s by G. Thomas Tanselle "Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers," The Library, 5th ser., 26 (), 91 3. "Dust-Jackets, Dealers, and Documentation," Studies in Bibliography, 56 (for ; book world is the role that dealers have played as the teachers of collectors.
But in. The book blurb’s main purpose is to lure readers in and captivate them enough to buy the book. The blurb is often referred to as a synopsis or simply book description. How to Write a Book Blurb. Here are the top ten tips we believe to be the most essential to crafting a book description that sells.
Know your genre. To each genre their own. A book blurb, or the book jacket description, summarizes the best part of your book in only words (yep! one hundred and fifty). If you’re wondering how to do that and where to start, it involves penning multiple drafts, lots of cutting, losing your sanity, and planning your blurb with the.
Traditional hyperbole in blurbs used by publishers to promote books has spurred some publishers to react by using acid blurbs; Verso, small publishing. What is a Book Blurb? A blurb is the description of the story found on the back cover of a book.
It’s brief–no more than words–and creates interest in the story without giving away major spoilers or the ending.
Basically, the name of the game with a blurb is to entice readers to buy your book.