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The Origins of the Future 2006
David Wilk has held executive positions in publishing, wholesaling and distribution, and has worked in the book industry for more than thirty years. He has worked closely with hundreds of publishers in every aspect of distribution and sales, business development, marketing and author relations. And he has also worked closely with a large number of authors and content developers to bring their works from concept or manuscript to successfully published and distributed books.
He has been a writer, editor, book designer and packager, publisher, book wholesaler, distributor and entrepreneur, and has consulted with many independent publishers and authors and worked closely with them to develop alternative business models.
David was a founder and editor of Truck Magazine, a seminal literary journal of the 70s, and created various publishing entities, including Truck Press, LongRiver Books and Olmstead Press, publishing over 100 literary, environmental and other books and most recently helped establish the commercially successful CDS Books. His poetry and fiction has been published in literary magazines, and he is the author of three books of poetry. In recent years, David has been involved with electronic publishing, print on demand book production, and internet-based book sales and distribution (see www.booktrix.com) and this winter will be launching a major new online venture involving live author webcasting and webcasting (www.livewriters.com).
He has taught at the University of Chicago Graham School of Continuing Education, founded the Small Press Action Fund, received Astraea Foundation's award for support of Women's Literature, and was the Literature Program Director at the National Endowment for the Arts from 1979 to 1981.
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