Two days after the completion of the galley proof
of the final Japanese volume in May last year, the elderly founder of the publishing house responsible passed away.
This is a signed galley proof
of Pudd'nhead Wilson.
The nomination for the "Best Paper" award must be for papers published or in press galley proof
, in the period between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011.
But in the book--F&J received an uncorrected galley proof
of it--Raymond recalls an Oct.
Briefly, we read from original copy, often written in longhand by a reporter and more often than not well nigh unreadable, to the reader, who made corrections on a galley proof
What is perhaps surprising is her reference to the two being identical in 'paper', as the 'Fraser' copy is clearly printed on galley proof
paper, which was generally a cheaper stock than that used in finished books, in this case probably newsprint.
I had a distinctly middle-aged moment when I picked up the galley proof
of Norman Podhoretz's Ex-Friends.
Appendix III: The Discarded First Chapters" is a transcription of the first three galley proofs
which Hemingway cut during the editing (Item 202).
Thus I was introduced to the leisurely world of hot-lead type, long narrow columns of galley proofs
spread on the floor and literally cut and pasted for page layouts, and the rest of the arcane mysteries of pre-digital letterpress printing.
In the days of hot metal, long galley proofs
and short working hours, Towcester's initiative would have surfaced in Friday's papers and not again until Saturday's hit the newsstands.
In newspapers, we used to talk about galley proofs
, randoms, the stone, the creed and formes.