Donald I. Fine is no longer an on- going concern. It appears to have been, at one time, an imprint of Penguin Group USA. Not much else is known about it at this time.
Donald I. Fine is no longer a functioning press.
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Donald I. Fine in Blogs
- Medgar Evers: Travels and Connections
... Letters, and Speeches (New York: Basic Civitas Books, 2005), 140, 158. 3 Evers-Williams, The Autobiography of Medgar Evers, 72. 4 W.J. Weatherby, James Baldwin: Artist on Fire (New York: Donald I. Fine, Inc., 1989), 3.
- Book Of the Month #2: Hard Evidence - John Lescroart
Flushed with confidence ? I really thought I'd written a new, different, and better kind of book ? I sent it in to my publisher, Donald I. Fine, and began giving some thought to my next novel. But this is where the whole ?struggling ...
- Book of the Month #4: Hard Evidence - John Lescroart
I was calling it ?One For The Money,? and I was by now certain that, no matter what, I would not publish this book with Donald I. Fine. The one bit of true good news about Hard Evidence, aside from the reviews which were ...
- Book Titles - John Lescroart
My publisher, Donald I. Fine, decided to call the book ?Son of Holmes.? I wasn't too thrilled with that, since Sherlock himself never appears in the book, and I thought that readers and critics would feel somewhat cheated in the ...
- Book of the Month #5: Hard Evidence - John Lescroart
Because of a restrictive option clause that I had ignorantly signed for my earlier books with my publisher Donald I. Fine, I was obligated first to send my manuscript to him. He had the right of ?first refusal,? which meant what it ...
- Archived Review: J. P. HAILEY ? The Anonymous Client.
Hardcover edition: Donald I. Fine, 1989. In the real world, the pseudonymous J. P. Hailey is known as Parnell Hall, as you may have already known on your own. Over the course of his writing career Hall has come up with ...
- Book of the Month #1: Guilt - John Lescroart
Further, because A Certain Justice had fulfilled my contractual obligations to my publisher, Donald I. Fine, I was finally free to seek a new publisher. But before I did that, I faced a critical and difficult decision. Since Dead Irish ...
- Book of the Month: A Certain Justice - John Lescroart
Even though I'd already handed in the manuscript of The 13th Juror, I was still in the great conflict with my publisher, Donald I. Fine, that I've written about earlier. I don't believe I'd even gotten any foreign sales yet for Hard ...
- Book Of the Month #1: Hard Evidence - John Lescroart
This might have been based on the fact that my publisher at the time, Donald I. Fine, did not really believe in printing a lot of hardcover books, so my print runs hovered at around 5-10 thousand books. But for whatever reason, ...
- Book Of the Month #3: Hard Evidence - John Lescroart
In reaction to the starred review in Publishers Weekly, my publisher Donald I. Fine announced an enormous print run of 50,000 books. A printing of this size in those days meant that the book had a reasonable chance of ...
- Abortion Doctor Shows Contempt for Patient | ClinicQuotes
In Don Sloan, M.D. with Paula Hartz, Abortion: a Doctor's Perspective, a Woman's Dilemma (New York: Donald I Fine Inc., 1992) 234 ? 235. The following story was told to Dr. Sloan: ?The people in the [abortion clinic]office ...
- ?The Rest of the Story?? | LB's BLOG
Donald I. Fine, the sui generis founder of Arbor House, approached publishing as if it were a mad race to the finish, and his lists of forthcoming books lacked the pinpoint accuracy of, say, the annual weather forecasts in the ...
I went through a similar situation prior to the first publication of Comic Book Rebels (via the late Donald I. Fine, NYC independent book publisher) back in '93. A portion of my Dave Sim interview had been prepared and ...
- The Hipster Dad's Bookshelf: The Vig
... reviews at this Bookshelf blog is keep it simple and spoiler-free, and let you know whether I'd recommend you pick up a copy of what I just read. Seems to work okay. This time, a brief review of The Vig (Donald I. Fine, 1991).
- 2010 highlights - RobbieFulks.Com
My wife and I still enjoy using this throwaway line of the late, lamented Donald I. Fine to rob our dear colleagues of all dignity and humanity behind their backs. 1. The closing night of "Our Town." The missus played both Mrs.