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The IOBA Standard is the journal of the Independent Online Booksellers Association and covers the book world, with a special focus on the online used, out-of-print, and collectible bookselling markets.


Fall 2003 (Vol. IV, No. 3)

Table of Contents

  • Call for Replacement Cancelled!! New editor on the way

  • New Orleans Mysteries Are Music to My Ears!

  • Trussell’s Books and Book Collecting Site, and EcletiCity

  • Penny selling

  • The New Three Rs: Readin’, Ritin’ & Rote

  • Biblio-cookbooks

  • Book Cover Designs From A Century Ago Inspire A New Line of Personalized Bookplates

  • Using online-offerings by antiquarian booksellers in the library

  • Addiction or?

  • Sort, Throw, Save, Publish?

  • Family Ephemera

  • Bookselling – Past And Present, On and Off Line

  • Nevermore – How it Started

  • The Return of AB Bookman

  • The Supreme Court Upholds the Children’s Internet Protection Act

  • Neither a Collector Nor a Saver Be

  • Global Book Town, and Ken’s Book Rack

  • Ephemeral Assays-Paper Rooseveltiana

  • Reading and collecting Science Fiction Books in the GDR – A personal view

  • Book Review: Prelude To Tragedy – Vietnam: 1960-65

  • Palm Leaf Books

  • BookExpo America Draws Excellent Crowds in L.A., Wows Your IOBA Reporter

  • Bar codes in the Used-Book Business

  • Printer’s Row- Always An Adventure!

  • Cooperstown NY Antiquarian Book Fair, June 28th

  • Gold Rush Book Fair, held May 17, 2003

  • San Diego 15th Annual Open Air Book Fair

  • The Classiest Book Fair in the Midwest

  • So you want to be a bookseller?

  • Midwest Bookhunter’s Spring Book Fair

  • IOBA Q & A Column

  • Book Seminars and Book Towns

  • 2003 DIY Book Festival Open To Independent Publishers, Authors

  • Enjoy Cable-Free Net Access With Wi-Fi Mobile Technology

  • Proposed Reference Book Workshop, Fall 2003

  • Bibliology, and other smaller book databases

  • 2003 Macavity Award Nominees Named

  • Deanna Ramsey : Hosting & Site Design for Booksellers

  • Early Registrants Get Perks at Left Coast Crime 2004

  • Book review: Judgement by Wade Hunter

  • Book review: Department Thirty by David Kent

  • has been busy adding new services this summer

  • BiblioDirect has a new look!

  • A Last Minute Rant From The Editor (no editor’s notes this issue)



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