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Quoted Quarterly Podcast> Episode 12> AAUP? Yeah, you know me!

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Who’s down with AAUP? In this 12th episode of the podcast Andrew recounts the story of his trip to Chicago to attend the Association of American University Presses conference. Ian and Andrew talk about the importance of continued self-promotion, their vintage collections, and the future of book publishing. And as an added treat if you listen extra carefully, you can hear Ian eating dinner. We’re sorry that Andrew’s audio is kind of quiet in this one (he really ought to buy a proper microphone).

Stuff mentioned in this episode:
CAKE: Chicago Alternative Comics Expo
AAUP 2012 Chicago
The Book Design Review
Books for Victory A blog about books in WWII.
Adventures in Design A podcast from two freelance poster designers.
Your E-Book is Reading You on The Wall Street Journal.
Publishing: Adapt or Die An episode of the On The Media podcast about the future of book publishing.


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