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Proofs that have the cover wrapped

Ahead of a book going to print, it is common practice for a publisher to run off a limited number of proofs - commonly referred to in the trade as 'blads' - in order to stimulate the interest of buyers at Waterstone's and the other major booksellers.

Dorling Kindersley unveils 'green and clean' book series

Dorling Kindersley (DK) has unveiled a new line of books that it has claimed are produced in the most environmentally friendly fashion possible.

I swear by my... Xerox DocuColor 8000AP

As a UK-based specialist in on-demand book publishing, we required a printer that could help turn around orders in five days or less without compromising quality.

Strike threat looms over Unite spat with Butler & Tanner

Unite has hit back at comments made by Mike Dolan, chairman of Butler & Tanner, that described the union's approach to negotiations at the firm as "backward looking", claiming he "scuppered" a settlement.

Worms chew through 40 tonnes of Clays waste

Clays, the book printing division of St Ives, has diverted 40 tonnes of paper dust from going to landfill each year by sending one of its largest bi-products to a worm farm in Norfolk.

Random House chief to headline Stationers' lecture

The Stationers' Annual Lecture 2008 is to feature Random House chief executive Gail Rebuck CBE giving the keynote speech.

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