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Reviving and publishing a book that no longer exists in print: technical prowess

Nancy Niblack Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing From the Heart’s Closet: A young girl’s World War II story was the first book done in 2005 by Hawthorne Publishing as it emerged from the former publishing company Guild Press. Guild Press,
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Writing Lessons: The Indianapolis News in the 1950s

At fifteen, I took up summer employment as the switchboard operator and cub reporter on the “Great Hoosier Daily,” the Indianapolis News. My father was a friend of Orien Fifer, the managing editor, and they must have been willing to
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From Eugene and Marilyn Glick Authors Day: Getting published through an agent and traditional publisher: Non-fiction book

Books are still going through traditional means to get to readers, be assured of that. Major publishers like Harper Collins and Penguin USA are looking for non-fiction books to become good sellers and support their corporate bottom lines. But there
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What are would-be authors looking for in the way of opportunity today in Indiana?

The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Authors’ Day drew writers in to workshops most of the day October 29 at the Indianapolis Public Library. Though the evening’s lovely dinner honored author winners of the Glick awards for regional and national excellence,
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