Teaching Creative Writing: library supply through Ebook Library

Anthony Haynes writes: Our latest publication, Teaching Creative Writing (published 30 June) is supplied to libraries in a variety of formats – in print (in hardcover) and as an e-book in PDF and ePub editions.

Our publications to libraries are supplied through a number of channels. Here we feature one of them , namely Ebook Library (the library supply  arm of Ebooks Corporation).

Ebook Library makes ebooks accessible to libraries and their patrons through a variety of services. They include:

  • multiple concurrent usage (or ‘Non-Linear Lending’), whereby a library can make an e-book available to more than one reader at a time;
  • online and offline usage;
  • using read-aloud functionality.

We’re very pleased to be making Teaching Creative Writing available through Ebook Library. Full details of Ebook Library are available from  their website at www.eblib.com.

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About Anthony Haynes

Communications Director, FJWilson Creative Director, The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd - publisher of the Creative Writing Studies imprint.

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