Front of Book


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Front of Book

In magazine publishing, the pages toward the beginning of a magazine. The front of book is usually reserved for shorter articles and normally comes before the features.
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Trade magazines are full of book reviews; cut them out and put them in the front of books, then put a "Review Inside" sticker on the spine of the book.
I really want to encourage use of our library management system (Oliver) so I put book-mark style flyers in the front of books describing how to write reviews.
I've been an historian for several decades, and all of my colleagues--every one of them--depends on being physically in front of books.