2012 List Building with Constraints

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This panel will address the fundamentals of list building for acquisition editors. Junior and mid-career editors will reflect on how they go about developing their lists with an emphasis on the kinds of constraints that all editors must deal with and overcome. For instance: how do you acquire books when you don't know a field? How do you acquire books when your press is new to a field? How do you acquire books in a field where books are not a priority? How do you change the direction of your list in a field?

Chair: Eric Schwartz, Acquisitions Editor, Princeton University Press

Panelists: Christopher Chung, Assistant Editor, Life Sciences, University of Chicago Press

Derek Krissoff, Senior Acquisitions Editor, University of Georgia Press

Mike Levine, Acquisitions Editor, Northwestern University Press

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