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This is the book about my trip to New Zealand in 2009. I’ve put several months of work into this project. It features about 200 out of the 15,000 photos I took during my five weeks “down under” along with some anecdotes about my journey across the two islands of New Zealand. The book was created exclusively using free and open source software. It is itself available under a Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND license.
Shevonne Polastre is a freelance Technical Writer who assists companies and non-profits.
Could out-of-print books be a phenomenon of the past? That's the question that will be facing publishers, agents and authors after the launch on June 2 of a new imprint from Faber and Faber designed to make available a large number of titles which until now have been out of print. The new imprint, called Faber Finds, will publish such classic titles as Angus Wilson's Anglo Saxon Attitudes and John Betjeman's Ghastly Good Taste, as well as relatively recent titles such as John Carey's acclaimed biography of John Donne. Faber Finds will make use of print-on-demand technology in order to allow for print runs of between one and 50 books at a time, thereby avoiding the financial risks associated with traditional publishing's requirement for large-volume print runs.