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trade edition

n.
An edition of a book published for distribution to the general public through booksellers.

trade′ edi`tion



n.
an edition of a book for distribution through general bookstores.
[1840–50]
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Noun1.trade edition - a book intended for general readershiptrade edition - a book intended for general readership
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
best seller, bestseller - a book that has had a large and rapid sale
school text, schoolbook, text edition, textbook, text - a book prepared for use in schools or colleges; "his economics textbook is in its tenth edition"; "the professor wrote the text that he assigned students to buy"
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The plan is after completion of the THE SOLAR GRID (estimate: July 2017) to release a quality hardcopy trade edition.
All images from the series A Period Of Juvenile Prosperity 2006-2009 [c] Mike Brodie, Courtesy of the artist, Yossi Milo Gallery / M+B Gallery Tones of Dirt and Bone available January 2015 Trade edition available through Twin Palms Publishers Limited edition available through TBW Books
As the examples above show, inexpensive reprints usually appeared several years after a book was first published; by then the sales of the trade edition were usually declining, but publishers could also gauge which books might possess continuing interest and be worth reprinting.
An edition of this book was published in 1967 as a small format early chapter book illustrated in black and white, so the appearance of a full-color, lovely trade edition is particularly welcome
This trade edition is quarter bound in black book cloth, with figured end papers, two-color title page and lush, creamy 90# paper carrying df Rialto type, Smythe-sewn binding and the signature woodcuts of Barry Moser.
That was forty years ago and Kees' reputation has expanded since then; in large part that is due to Donald Justice, who championed his work while teaching at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and who edited and saw into publication in a limited edition from the Stone Wall Press and in a trade edition from the University of Nebraska Press--The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees.
NEW YORK -- Abbeville Press announces the first trade edition of "Botanica Magnifica: Portraits of the World's Most Extraordinary Flowers and Plants," making Dr.
Which is exactly what I was doing that January night, as I stood in the S section of Modern American Literature, reading from a well-worn, shabby but nonetheless first trade edition copy of Wallace Stevens' second book, Ideas of Order:
The trade edition of this book contains a 'thera--band' designed for exercise and offers a fine health fitness guide for by two physical therapists who show how to exercise AND how to assess and measure results.
A copy of the first trade edition of Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, published by Bloomsbury in 1997, fetched pounds 19,700 at Christie's.
THE first trade edition printing run (for the public) was only 500 copies.
The company said that the deluxe edition will be published at the same time as the trade edition and the art was created by Mary GrandPre, the illustrator of all US editions of the Harry Potter books.