Digital vs printed proofs: booksellers share their views
6 February 2013 @booksandpublishing
The choice between digital and printed proofs is dividing booksellers, according to Books+Publishing’s latest Talkback column. Gleebooks’ David Gaunt and Dymocks Adelaide’s Mandy Macky both prefer printed proofs, with Macky adding that her staff often include handwritten notes in printed proofs to aid handselling. Pages & Pages’ Jon Page said...