Tim Bradner is editor of the Alaska Economic Report and copublisher
of Alaska Legislative Digest.
Later, the wealth his transportation company generated allowed him to pursue this grievance to greater effect, becoming copublisher
of the newspapers Priestcraft Exposed and the Plain Truth (the latter subtitled Devoted to the Defense of Primitive Christianity, and to the Exposing of Frauds Committed under the Garb of Religion).
Meanwhile, Houghton Mifflin's copublisher
, Reynal and Hitchcock, launched a major publicity effort to set its Mein Kampf apart from the Stackpole Sons edition.
, Rowman & Littlefield, we also published two
In 1980, after participating in the coun-tercultural "comix" scene of the late 1960s and early to mid-'70s, he founded the influential magazine Raw with copublisher
and coeditor Francoise Mouly.
91) Ling's practice may in fact have served as a model for the publishers at the Bear: rather than owning all the copies he sold, Ling worked in collaboration with other members of the trade to become publisher, copublisher
, or vendor of a coherent authorial body of work.
I am copublisher
of that survey, and the figure reflects the substantial discontent on the political right and left with Secretary Duncan's specific strategy in this case.
He also delves into the mystery shrouding the assassination of the editor and copublisher
of the Newswatch magazine, Dele Giwa, who was killed by a parcel bomb on 19 October 1986.
Your wife, Margo Vondersaar, is president of MCV Advertising and copublisher
of the Hellenic Times.
The End of Materialism, a title I owe to Matthew Gilbert at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, the copublisher
of the book, is a dynamic, attention-catching title that I am quite charmed with.
Tom Lawton, head of manufacturing at survey copublisher
accountancy firm BDO Stoy Hayward, said: "Although the pace of decline is easing, it''s clear that the hoped for recovery is not imminent.
Jessica Hoffmann is coeditor and copublisher
of make/shift magazine, makeshiftmag.