2 edition of University magazines and their makers found in the catalog.
University magazines and their makers
H. C. Marillier
Appendices: I. Synopsis of university magazines and periodicals. II. Synopsis of Cambridge university magazines and periodicals.
|Statement||by Harry Currie Marillier; being a paper read before the Sette of odd volumes.|
|LC Classifications||PN5124.U6 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93,  p.|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||03007858|
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Another thing that all of the editors and publishers on the panel agreed on was that the magazines were not created for the writers but for the readers.
Then too, the word "creator" is a bit ambiguous, and I am just culture-bound enough to distinguish three levels. The Dublin Book Festival was hosting the event Magazines and their Makers, a session with editors and publishers of five of the leading literary magazines in Ireland.
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As we navigate an ever-more-pixillated publishing landscape, we should work to preserve, and even improve, the best aspects of print culture. Editorial rituals therefore involve a constant courtship of subscribers, whose interests and standards magazines must at once share and subtly craft. Research shows that girls typically score better than boys in standardised literacy tests.
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The lists of these earlier publishers were devoted to editions of the complete Bible, and of the different groups of the Biblical books, editions of the Greek and Roman. During these centuries were produced a number of the great books of the world's literature, but it was not possible, under the existing conditions, for the authors of these books to influence materially the relations of literature to the State or to the Church.
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Reinvigorating the art of the spirited essay, CAM brings together the best of Cambridge thought and debate. Published three times a year, it carries intelligent, in-depth features, news and events from the University and a fiendishly-difficult prize crossword.
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