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Entries by Howard Polskin from 09/2013

Finnish Journalists Launch Prestigious Book Publishing Venture With Just $600

| Posted 09.03.2013 | Books

Long Play's books are prestigious and editorially ambitious. The first e-book single Long Play published was about international soccer corruption in Finnish Lapland.

Flood of Magazine Publishers Entering E-Book Single Market

| Posted 09.09.2013 | Books

In the last month, a number of major magazine brands have jumped head-first into the e-book single market. Since Aug. 16, Discover, Fast Company and Philadelphia Magazine have published significant works of nonfiction that have been released as e-book singles.

Author Belle Boggs Exposes the Horrors of State-Run Eugenics Program in New Kindle Single

| Posted 09.16.2013 | Books

North Carolina-based writer Belle Boggs became interested in the tale and wrote the 46-page Kindle Single For the Public Good: Forced Sterilization and the Fight for Compensation, an outstanding work of long-form investigative journalism published a few weeks ago.

This Author Has Written the Year's Funniest E-Book Single with His Skewering of J.D. Salinger

| Posted 09.20.2013 | Books

Timing is everything. With the early September 2013 release of the documentary feature film Salinger and the accompanying book of the same title, Salinger fever is running high.

This Book Spotlights the Design Geniuses at Apple (Not Named Jobs)

| Posted 09.30.2013 | Books

October 5 marks the third anniversary Steve Jobs' death. Fast Company magazine has produced a timely new e-book single that spotlights the critical role of design in the success of Apple.