A New Look and a New Location: Continuity Meets Change

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November 2011
by Florrie Binford Kichler

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by Florrie Binford Kichler


A New Look and a New Location: Continuity Meets Change

To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.—Winston Churchill

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

Leave well enough alone.

Prime Minister Churchill would have recoiled in horror at either adage. You may disagree with Winnie, but when it comes to IBPA service to our members, resting on laurels, no matter how well deserved, simply isn’t an option. As the publishing industry hurtles through the most significant changes since movable type, two of IBPA’s best-loved and most-lauded benefits, the Independent and Publishing University, are undergoing dramatic changes—and, we hope you’ll agree, improvements—of their own.

The Independent—A New Look

“The Independent is my lifeline in a sea of what seems extraneous information for authors and publishing.”—Donn Levie, Jr., Kings Crown Publishing, Austin, TX.

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