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The Shatzkin Fi les  vii

Are “enhanced ebooks” the CD-Rom era all over again? 176 Do enhanced ebooks create a comeback trail for packagers? 180 Practical and ethical challenges posed by digital content delivery 184 Introducing E2BU, indispensible for anybody investing in

ebook enhancement 190 Will juvie publishing remain a book business as tablets take over? 193

Part 8 Rifng on Tamblyn’s Six Things

Rifng on Tamblyn’s “Six Things”Part 1 199 Rifng on Tamblyn’s “Six Things”Part 2 202

Part 9 What I Would Have Said in London

What I Would Have Said in London, Part 1 207 What I Would Have Said in London, Part 2 212 What I Would Have Said in London, Part 3 217 What I Would Have Said in London, Part 4 220

Part 10  Returns

Ruminating about returns 225 More on returns, thanks to Michael Cader 229 Returns may be going, but some book sales will go along with them 233 Ruminations on returns 237 Planning the next publishing model: a new take on “no returns” 241

Part 11 Authors, Agents and Royalties

Publishers need to be clearer about their rights 249 The author-publisher deal needs tweaking 251 Talking to the agents, and introducing Filedby 254 Times Book Review on advances, and related thoughts 257 Another copyright reshufe that’s in the cards 260 The evolving role of agents 262 Digital challenges from the photographer’s perspective 265 Reality changes more slowly than I like to think 268 What advice do you give a writer? 270 Is the ebook and POD combo a viable publishing strategy yet? 273

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