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back·list

 (băk′lĭst′)
n.
A publisher's list of older titles kept in print.
tr.v. back·list·ed, back·list·ing, back·lists
To place (a title) on a backlist.
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backlist

(ˈbækˌlɪst)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a publisher's previously published books that are still available. See also frontlist, mid-list
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back•list

(ˈbækˌlɪst)
n.
1. the books that a publisher has kept in print over several years, as distinguished from newly issued titles.
v.t.
2. to place on a backlist.
[1945–50]
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backlist

- Older books kept in print by a publisher.
See also related terms for published.
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Translations

backlist

[ˈbæklɪst] Nfondo m editorial
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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 29, 2014-Weidenfeld & Nicolson to re-brand paperback and eBook backlist
The company publishes more than 100 new book titles per year with a backlist of over 2000 titles.
FDP publishes about 25 new books per year and has a backlist of 350 titles.
This model generates increased revenues for current, backlist, and out-of-print titles, allowing publishers to maximize profits from this new revenue stream.
Additionally, Scholastic said that it is currently working with several other top publishers to offer their frontlist and backlist titles on Storia.
The company has a backlist of over 800 titles and produces over 100 new books each year in such subjects as psychotherapy, criminology, education, politics, women's studies and sociology.
publishes more than 3,000 new hardcovers, trade and mass-market paperbacks, audio-books, and electronic books, and has an active backlist of over 20,000 titles.
The Bookseller added that Studio 28 will seek rights from authors already on the agency's books or work on "rediscovering and reinventing literary gems from 100 years of the agency's backlist.
Freethy, an award-winning author with the titles 'Summer Secrets' and 'When Wishes Collide', has self-published 17 of her backlist titles and three original e-Books on PubIt!, 11 of those e-Books appearing on The New York Times bestseller list and 20 titles making the Barnes & Noble.com Top 100 list.
Under the agreement, Lightning Source will help Penguin digitize its content offerings, help ensure the secure delivery of its current and future e-book titles, and provide consumers with greater access to its frontlist and backlist titles.
Harlequin, a publisher of books for women, revealed on Thursday that it has entered into a one-year agreement with digital library and book subscription service Scribd, under which Scribd will be the exclusive subscription partner for 15,000 titles from Harlequin's backlist.
Scholastic Corporation (Nasdaq:SCHL), a children's publishing, education and media company, announced on Monday an agreement with Abrams Publishing to offer the full backlist and new titles of 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' series by Jeff Kinney, on Storia, the teacher-recommended eReading app for kids.