Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has
announced the release of the 20022003 edition of Detwiler's
Directory of Health and Medical Resources, the 2003 edition
of the International Literary Market Place (ILMP),
and the 36th edition of the Annual Register of Grant Support.
Detwiler's Directory of Health and Medical Resources
is a guide to more than 2,400 health and medical corporations,
associations, state and federal agencies, healthcare market research
firms, foundations, and institutes. Covering the U.S., Canada,
and select international listings, Detwiler's allows users
to access sources and contacts within the healthcare markets.
Now in its ninth edition, the 20022003 edition of Detwiler's
is completely updated.
"No entry is compiled from secondhand information," said editor
Susan Detwiler. "Unless we have direct contact with the organization
through telephone, fax, direct mail, or electronically, it is
not listed in this directory. Organizations that consistently
refuse response to our queries are not listed. If they won't answer
our queries, we can't be sure they'll answer yours."
Featuring more than 300 new listings, Detwiler's has
incorporated hundreds of changes in contact names, 347 new Web
sites, 318 additional e-mail addresses, and 131 more toll-free
numbers. All entries are indexed by subject, service, publication,
and acronym, and are also cross-referenced to parent and subsidiary
With global coverage of the book publishing industry in 180
countries, ILMP 2003details everything from publishers,
manufacturers, and book dealers to major libraries and literary
The updated ILMP 2003 profiles more than 16,500 book-related
concerns around the world. According to the interview, it enumerates
every aspect of the publishing community and includes the following:
Entries that list key personnel, company addresses,
interest in buying/selling international rights, and ISBN prefixes
A calendar of international publishing and book
Access to publishers via some 142 subject headings
that identify the fields in which they publish
Organized in a country-by-country format, ILMP 2003 provides
information on 10,500 publishers and literary agents, 1,100 major
booksellers and book clubs, and 1,520 major libraries and library
All of the information in International Literary Market Place
2003 can also be found online at literarymarketplace.com.
In addition to the listings found in ILMP, the online version
includes listings found in Literary Market Place, the insider's
guide to the U.S. and Canadian book publishing industry.
Annual Register of Grant Support
The 36th edition of the Annual Register of Grant Support
is a comprehensive directory that provides details on more than
3,500 major grant programs.
Each year, more than $200 billion in grants, awards, fellowships,
and gifts are available to individuals and organizations. Grant
Support 2003 enumerates the programs offered by a broad spectrum
of private and public foundations, government agencies, corporations,
unions, educational associations, professional organizations,
community trusts, and other special interest groups of all types
According to the announcement, the directory is the pre-eminent
source of funding for individuals and organizations involved in
international affairs and area studies; the humanities; urban
and regional affairs; education; social, physical, and life sciences;
and technology and industry.
There are also programs specifically geared toward women, minorities,
the disabled, and other special populations. Grant programs are
arranged by topic and cross-referenced by subject areawith
61 specific subcategories. Each program listing includes information
on eligibility requirements and restrictions, application procedures
and deadlines, and grant size or range. In addition, every listing
contains a detailed background on the organization, including
the founding date, contact information, and a description of its
key areas of interest.
The Annual Register of Grant Support 2003 provides a
complete tutorial on preparing a professional-quality grant proposal.
Written by the Grantsmanship Center and packed with guidelines,
tips, and examples, "Program Planning and Proposal Writing" illustrates
how to target the right program, present a workable budget, avoid
typical mistakes, enhance credibility, and much more.
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