Bowker Printed Directories - Bowker's printed directories have been the staple for title information for over a hundred years. By offering these essential industry tools, Bowker supports the information needs of every type of publisher, retailer, and librarian, along with their customers and patrons.
Gebbie Press: All-In-One-Media Directory - Comprehensive directory for working media professionals includes all radio and TV stations, all daily and weekly newspapers, trade and consumer magazines, Black and Hispanic media, news syndicates, networks, AP/UPI bureaus, URL and e-mail where available - in print, on disks or CD software.
HighWire Press - One of the two largest free full-text science archives on earth. An Internet imprint of Stanford University Libraries assisting in the online publication of approximately 150,000 free full-text articles and 640,000 total articles.
ISBNdb - Database of books providing on-line and remote research tools for individuals, book stores, librarians, scientists, etc. Taking data from hundreds of libraries across the world, search ISBNdb by keyword, book title, author, publisher, topic or ISBN.
Literary Market Place (LMP) - Worldwide resource for the book publishing industry. Locate publishers by type of publications they publish. Choose an agent. Find a PR firm. Look up book trade associations and organizations. See what industry services and suppliers have to offer.
Magazine Publishers of America, Inc. (MPA) - Industry association for consumer magazines. MPA represents more than 200 US-based publishing companies with more then 1,200 titles; more than 75 international companies; and more than 90 associate members providing services to the industry.
MediaFinder - Searchable catalogue of newsletters, catalogues and magazines. 35,000 magazines, journals, tabloids; 24,000 newsletters; 11,000 newspapers.
NewPages - News, information and guides to independent bookstores, independent publishers, literary periodicals, alternative periodicals, independent record labels, alternative newsweeklies and more.
Publishers' Catalogues - World-wide catalog of publishers and publisher information. A directory of 14,000+ publishers listed by topic, location, & type of material.
Publishing Law Center - Quality information for the publishing community - publishers, authors, editors, web masters, and freelancers. Copyright, trademarks, intellectual property, contracts, licensing, rights, PubLaw Update Newsletter.
U.S. Government Printing Office - Producing, procuring, and disseminating printed and electronic publications of the Congress as well as the executive departments and establishments of the Federal Government.
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