Boffo Socko Books Releases Henry James Korn’s Debut Novel Amerikan Krazy.
Author: Chris Aldrich
Proceedings of the National Academy of the Avant Garde
Boffo Socko Books announces the 40th Anniversary re-release of Proceedings of the National Academy of the Avant Garde. It’s now available for pre-sale on Amazon.com.
45th Anniversary Re-release of The Pontoon Manifesto: The Electronic Edition
A DIGITAL PONTOON Back in the late sixties, our friend and client Henry James Korn wrote an experimental and formally innovative work of fiction entitled The Pontoon Manifesto.… Read more “45th Anniversary Re-release of The Pontoon Manifesto: The Electronic Edition”
To Purchase, Rent, or Pirate? The Broken Economics of Textbooks in the Digital Age
What’s wrong with the economics of the textbook industry, and what students, parents, professors, and universities can do to mitigate the ever-rising price of textbooks.
Brief Review of “Publishing E-Books For Dummies” by Ali Luke
This is a great introduction for the hobbyist writer, but most (including serious/professional authors) will likely find that they’re going to need some significant help and require additional resources to know what they’re getting themselves into and to best leverage the business side of the business.
Git and Version Control for Novelists, Screenwriters, Academics, and the General Public
Revision Control commonly used in computer programming may prove to be a useful tool within the publishing industry.
Rap Genius, a Textual Annotation Browser for Education, Digital Humanities, Science, and Publishing
Rap Genius, a popular culture website, may prove to be not only a useful textual annotation tool, but could help to change education, digital humanities, science, and publishing.
How to Sidestep Mathematical Equations in Popular Science Books
The publishing industry has a general rule-of-thumb that every mathematical equation in a book will cut the audience in half. Is there a corollary to this that every picture included in the text will help to increase your readership?
Failings and Opportunities of the Publishing Industry in the Digital Age
On Sunday, the Los Angeles Times printed a story about the future of reading entitled “Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink.” The article covers most of the story fairly well, but leaves out some fundamental pieces of the business …