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This is the second in my series of articles on print-on-demand and the growth of independent publishing in Australia. It explains the value of print-on-demand services for writers who want to self-publish a book.
Authors don’t write books, they write manuscripts. Publishing is the process of getting an author’s manuscript into the hands of a reader, by materialising it – giving it form, as a book. This may be printed (a codex) or digital (an ebook).
Industrial design student Karl Vaupel's variation on the "dolly" – a mobile platform for moving heavy loads – is at the heart of the winning entry for this year's UTS 3P business plan competition.
In Zoe Sadokierski's fourth series of interviews with designers on collaboration, Evi O discusses balancing her in-house book design work at Lantern, an imprint of Penguin Books with various side project.