Announcing a new publication that will be read by more than 100,000
Trying to reach academics?
The Lingua Franca Book Review is written specifically for academics -- bibliophiles who not only read and buy books, but also write books. The Lingua Franca Book Review is the first publication to meet the needs of those in the academy who live by the phrase, "publish or perish." In addition to book reviews, each issue of The Lingua Franca Book Review also features a column forecasting acquisition trends in scholarly publishing and a column devoted to the academic author. It provides information that academics can use and that they can't get anywhere else.
All of this is brought to you by the editors of Lingua Franca, winner
and repeat nominee of the National Magazine Award, who consistently get
the scoops and identify the trends in academia. The New York Times calls
us, "Required reading for the cerebral set."
The circulation is larger than any other publication's with a faculty readership.Campus bookstores will distribute each issue to faculty members through the campus mail system or by hand so that more than 100,000 academics see each issue.
More than 70 different college campus bookstores across the country will distribute the Spring 1998 launch issue.
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Rates for 1998*
All rates are gross.
*Book publishers and non-profit organizations have different rate cards.
Please consult Robin Hutson , 212-302-0336, ext. 223, for additional rate information.
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