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  • This quote represents my personal relevance to the T. Not only does it exemplify my life long journey of learning the art of writing but also exemplifies the idea that it is an art to be taught and taught well, which is what I plan on doing for the rest of my life. I want to find a relatable way to teach students to like or even love the act of writing as much as I do.\n
  • Publishing and writing work together in perfect harmony. Writing presents new, or transformed, ideas that publishing presents and produces to the public. Gives a new spin on out look and presents it to the publics as an interesting idea. Its all about presentation.\n
  • The idea of mass producing books for public/personal use was first introduced by the egyptians. The art began when they had scribes copy and mass produce the book of the dead, the tome that was sent to the grave with every Pharaoh and important nobleman.\n
  • The Greek influence is where the idea of “creative” writing began. From Aristotle, Homer, and Euripides, classical greek writers/philosophers, we get comedy and tragedy.\nClassic Period Greece\nAesculus\ntragedy\nagamemnon\n\nAesop (Fables)\n\nAristotle (poetics)\n\nEuripides\nMedea and The Trojan Women\n(tragedies and tragi-comedies)\n\nHomer\nIlliad and Odyssey\n\n
  • The next big landmark in the Publishing and Writing history book would be the Renaissance. During this time the arts began to rise up out of the shadows of the church. People began to question the way things were. Many followed ideas of Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle giving birth to non-religious text. At this time the idea of mass producing said text was made possible due to the invention of the Printing Press. This gave birth to text sales, differentiated writing styles, and Renaissance Fairs that allowed the presentation of these styles and sales of books. These are considered the first books fairs.\n
  • Newspaper = Journalism, black and white set type \nMagazines = Paper “Pop” Media\nBooks = non- fiction, \n
  • Newspapers are a large branch of the writing and publishing business. They have many departments of writing including the critics, feature writing, beat writing, column writing, editorial writers, and investigative journalists. There are seven types of news papers: Small local, local, county, city, state, national, and international.\n
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  • Maybe you've never wondered what people in the publishing industry call the books that you find in a bookstore or local library, but there is a term. They are called trade books and they are designed for the general consumer. Trade publishers sell their books through the channels that have been specifically established for books?bookstores, libraries, and wholesalers. Trade books are published for children, teenagers, and adults. They can be works of fiction or nonfiction, hardcover or paperback. Generally, trade publishing is the most high profile type of publishing as it is the most commercially focused.\n
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    • 1. Rieger SGP 2010-11 Writing and The Publishing Process By Colleen Sullivan Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
    • 2. Photography By Colleen Breanna SullivanThesis Becoming a published author is an intimidating and rewarding task, in order to ease the process one must become acquainted with the the art, steps and business of the publishing world itself.
    • 3. Writing may be, the act of writing cannot However great a man’s talent be learned all at once Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan ~Jean Jacques Rousseau is Life http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/j/jeanjacque170088.html
    • 4. Summary Today ’s Pub lishing History n pes atio TyplicAp r iti ng W Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
    • 5. Where It All Began.... Religion The EgyptiansScribes The Book of The Dead http://www.flickr.com/photos/36897329@N00/1059899393/sizes/z/in/photostream/
    • 6. Tragedy Greek Influence ComedyPhilosophers Classic Period
    • 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/shemp65/2062514294/sizes/o/in/photostream/ Renaissance Printing Press Sales Style Fairs http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/SLT/literature/publishing/press1.html
    • 8. Publishing Today in es az ag M Boo k sNews Paper
    • 9. Times Herald Philadelphia Inquirer urna listsColumnists Jo NY Times Editing Printing Feature Writers Me dia Cr Viking Call itic Photo Journalism s News Paper
    • 10. Magazines Marketing Distribution Acquisition DevelopmentGraphic Design Copy Editing Production Printing
    • 11. “Veterans” AgentsHot Tips JuniorNew Writers http://www.lulu.com/ http://www.philadelphiastories.org/member
    • 12. BooksInspiration Genres DraftingFinal DraftManuscript Agent Publishing Firms Editor Critics Bookstore
    • 13. Educational Scholastic IndependentSelf Book Publishing Trad Vanit Alternative e y Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
    • 14. Vanit y SCAMPUBLISHING!!!
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    • 16. “Autumn” “Fly Girl ”“No Angel” “Taboo” “Punk RockWriting in Action... Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
    • 17. Brainstorming Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
    • 18. Style
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    • 21. Music Photography By Colleen Breanna Sullivan
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