In this series, editors of the Poetry International Chapbook Series and Poetry International staff will discuss the process of running a contemporary press and literary journal: from collaborating with fellow editors to navigating design technologies to promoting a new publication, and all the spaces in between.
Selecting Fonts to Use for an Anthology
by Jessica Amos
Perhaps one of the most tedious parts of creating an anthology (or any kind of book) is deciding what kind of font to use. From serif to sans serif, bold to black, and the plethora of font families in Microsoft Word, choosing the perfect fonts to use can be difficult, and we have learned this getting closer to publishing our anthologies. With the pieces picked and organized, it’s become time to pick which fonts we editors will be using for the text. Because there are so many fonts, some editors may feel like this…
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