November 29, 2015

Behind the Scenes with Gale Publishing Stories

Gale Cengage Learning and Library Journal

EVENT TIME AND DATE: Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 2:00-3:00 PM ET/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

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Every book has a story. Peak behind the scenes…learn the secrets, curiosities, and fun facts about two essential reference series from Gale. Register today to reserve your spot in this informative session brought to you by Gale, Cengage Learning.

What will be covered:

From business essentials to your love for literature, our publishing stories are diverse and rich. You have the unique opportunity to learn the story behind the Gale Business Insights Handbook series and the Gale Literature of Society series, along with details about the editorial boards, trivia, and rare insight into the rigorous publishing process– straight from Gale’s experienced publishing team.

Learn more about:
Gale’s Business Insights Handbook Series — a new collection of smaller, practical paperback volumes focused on the activities in which business people engage.

Gale’s Literature of Society series examines literary works that deal with social movements, impactful events, and topics that define the societies we live in.

Jim Draper- Vice President and Publisher, Cengage Learning

Rocco Staino- Contributing Editor, Library Journal and School Library Journal

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