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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.


Winter 2002 (Vol. III, No. 4)

Table of Contents

  • Free Trial Offer from the Americana Exchange

  • Note from the Editor

  • From the President

  • Tom Sawyer – BookWriter Web

  • Charles Vilnis – BookRouter & Allusive Information Systems

  • Genuine Fakes: Mark Hoffman

  • Godsey’s Ravings

  • David Klappholtz, Book Collecting from a Collector’s viewpoint

  • Collecting Lost Race Novels

  • Six Crises and a Challenge

  • The More Things Change . . . Where we have been and where we are going in the Online Book Worl

  • Eloise Wilkin – author, illustrator and doll designer

  • Neglected Treasures – Overlooked writers and books

  • Neglected Americana: The Woman’s Rights Movement

  • Britannica 11

  • Give Me That Old-Time Religion” or, Finding Your Way through the Maze of American Christian Publications

  • Mystery Reference Shelf or Two

  • Ephemeral Assays—The Good Book

  • Fall 2002 MARIAB Book Fair: Good Finds and Growing Pains

  • Midwest Bookhunters Book Fair, dePaul University, Chicago

  • 15th Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair (SABF)

  • Sacramento, CA – 9th Annual Central Valley Antiquarian Booksellers Association Book Fair

  • Book Seminars International

  • Internet Book Links

  • IOBA Q & A Column

  • Author/Book Review: Patty Friedman

  • Author/Book Review Joe L. Blevins – the Texas Republic

  • Lily Chen – Meta-site Search Engine

  • Milo Parmoor –

  • The Aniquarian Booksellers’ Association of America (ABAA) Database

  • Jack Benson – Bookbase

  • Brendan Sherar – Meta-site Search Engine

  • Reincarnation: Bookquarters to

  • BiblioDirect Update

  • Global Book Mart Relaunch



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