Credits in books

Subject: Credits in books
From: "Mark L. Levinson" <mark -at- MEMCO -dot- CO -dot- IL>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 10:29:46 +0200

A traditional way to print the cover designer's credit would be
a line of small type along one of the edges of the cover, much
the way you may see an ad agency's name printed in a magazine ad.

The issue of crediting writers and artists in a corporate
environment can get sticky, though, as people leave and arrive
and collaborate and as they revise one another's work. One
company I worked for was advised by its lawyers to stop
printing such credits.

- Mark L. Levinson - Memco Software - PO Box 58161 - 61581 Tel Aviv
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