Associations and Awards
Among publishers' associations, the most notable in the United States is the Association of American Publishers. Some professional associations present awards for books of unusual merit. The National Book Committee, for example, presents the National Book Awards in five categories: fiction; poetry; arts and letters; history and biography; and science, philosophy, and religion.
Sections in this article:
- Early History
- The Emergence of Publishing Houses
- Paperback Books
- New Technologies
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Associations and Awards
- Related Entries
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