Glossary of Publishing and Business TermsThere are 59 entries in this glossary.
A type of binding that uses glue to bind loose page sheets; adjacent pages are stacked together, the spine edge is glued, and a cover is glued to the spine. The most common type of binding for paperback books.
A statement/document written especially for distribution to the media for the purpose of announcing something newsworthy.
|Print on Demand (POD)||
A publishing business model in which books are printed after they are ordered, allowing authors and publishers to produce books with minimal risk and without the hassle of inventory and warehousing. POD typically uses digital printing technology.
Number of copies that are printed and published at one time.
A set of rules governing communication between computers on the Internet.