frontlist


frontlist
A list of the most recent books available from a publisher, as opposed to the backlist of older titles.

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  • frontlist — [frunt′list΄] n. a list of a publisher s new titles, often, specif., those thought to appeal to a large number of people: distinguished from BACKLIST …   English World dictionary

  • frontlist — /frunt list /, n. a publisher s sales list of newly or recently published books, esp. those of popular or ephemeral appeal. Cf. backlist. [FRONT + LIST1] * * * …   Universalium

  • frontlist — front•list [[t]ˈfrʌntˌlɪst[/t]] n. cvb a publisher s sales list of newly or recently published books, esp. those of popular appeal Compare backlist …   From formal English to slang

  • frontlist — /frunt list /, n. a publisher s sales list of newly or recently published books, esp. those of popular or ephemeral appeal. Cf. backlist. [FRONT + LIST1] …   Useful english dictionary

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