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North Point Press Records
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North Point Press was based in Berkeley, CA and operated as an independent publisher from 1980 until 1991. Founded by William Turnbull and Jack Shoemaker in 1978, North Point Press published a variety of literature including novels, short story collections, poetry, essays and criticism, and works of cultural anthropology. They prided themselves on producing quality books with thoughtful typesetting and art direction and printed on acid-free paper.
North Point Press was founded in 1978 in Berkeley, CA by publisher William Turnbull and editor in chief Jack Shoemaker. "North Point's aim was to fill the widening gap between the small fine press and large commercial publisher". North Point produced its first books in the fall season of 1980. Their final season was in 1991 and in total they published 321 titles.
430 Linear Feet 286 Cartons, 29 manuscript boxes, 36 flat boxes
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