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Publishing Workshop on Subsidiary Rights. (fwd)



For Immediate Release
Contact Karin Taylor at 212/764-7021

PUBLISHING WORKSHOP ON HOW TO SELL
SUBSIDIARY RIGHTS

Tuesday, February 16, 1999               5.30-7.30pm


The fourth in a series of seven publishing workshops, sponsored by The New
York Times with  additional support from Publishers Weekly,  Sell More
Subsidiary Rights will take place at the Small Press Center on Tuesday,
February 16th from 5.30 to 7.30pm.

Some call it found money.  Books clubs, audio cassette, foreign translation,
film, serial and electronic rights can help a small press soar to new heights
of profitability.  An experienced panel of rights agents and experts will show
you how to identify and exploit valuable subsidiary rights opportunities,
domestically and abroad.  The discussion will be moderated by Judy Quinn,
Senior                               Writer, Publishers Weekly. Panelists
include Patricia Moosbrugger, President, Moosbrugger &  Associates;  Les
Pockell, Director of Book Development, Book of the Month Club;  Julie Saltman,
Associate Manager,  Sub. Rights Warner Books;  Ben Jacobs, Sub-Rights Manager,
Facts on File; and Jan Nathan, Executive Director of  Publishers Marketing
Association.

Individual workshop: $30.00 (non-members); $20.00 (Small Press Center
members).
To ensure a  place, early registration is encouraged. Location: Small Press
Center, 20 West 44th Street,   New York, NY 10036.  Registration by mail must
be accompanied by a check.  For  more information: 212/764-7021 (tel);
212/354-5365 (Fax); smallpress@aol.com (e-mail.) or visit our web site at
www.smallpress.org.

THE SMALL PRESS CENTER.  At the center of the small press movement since its
founding in 1984 by Whitney North Seymour, Jr., the Small Press Center is
located in a literary landmark building at 20 West 44th Street, in the shadow
of the New Yorker  and Algonquin Hotel.  For over fourteen years, the Small
Press Center has served as a resource for independent publishers, writers and
other creators, encouraging excellence in publishing. The Center offers
educational programs, sponsors the annual Small Press Book Fair, and maintains
a reference library at its mid-Manhattan location.  The Center is co-founder,
with the Publishers Marketing Association (PMA), of Small Press Month (March
1999.)  A non-profit  501 (c) (3) organization, the Center is an educational
program of the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesman of the City of New
York.
The Small Press Center gratefully acknowledges the support of  The New York
Times Company and Publishers Weekly.


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