Articles by Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti

Alphabet Soup: The Basics of E and P Book Publishing – Part 2

By Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti
October 8, 2008 // 5 Comments

Editor’s Note: this is the second part of Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti’s article. The first part can be found here. I tell you, I like libraries. Those old stone buildings with lion statues in front and aisles of rare editions. I think it’s sad that they are becoming more and more [...]

Alphabet Soup: The Basics of E and P Book Publishing – Part 1

By Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti
October 6, 2008 // 11 Comments

Editors note: This is the first part of a two part article by our long-time contributor Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti. The second part of the article will be published here on Wednesday. PB Years I have worked in publishing – in fact, my whole career. I have worked in every capacity you can think of in [...]

‘Losing Steve’ podcast: Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti mourns her mentor, Steven T. Florio, ex-CEO of Condé Naste

By Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti
March 31, 2008 // 0 Comments

Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti shared with us a moving remembrance of Steven T. Florio, ex-CEO of Condé Naste, who mentored her. Both were the first in their families to reach college, and among other things, Sadi benefited from his book recommendations. Here’s an MP3 of Sadi’s podcast of [...]

On the loss of a mentor: Steven T. Florio, former Condé Nast CEO

By Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti
March 17, 2008 // 1 Comment

Moderator’s note: Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti was first in her family to go to college. Wouldn’t this happen a little oftener if more library books were free online, TeleRead-fashion—to entice the young with just the right titles? Meanwhile sympathies to Sadi over the death of Steven [...]

Lewis Carroll in the Ether: Through the copyright looking-glass

By Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti
January 10, 2008 // 11 Comments

My forthcoming book is a primer on the works of the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson—also, a semi-biography for those who know a little but want to know more. That name might not ring a bell, but perhaps his pseudonym does, Lewis Carroll. For a project like this, relying on old text and [...]

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