How to write a colophon

A colophon is a one centimetre squared multicoloured, shimmery chip that is implanted in the bottom left corner of the back of your yearbook cover, to track your yearbook. If you lose your yearbook we can return it to you through the tracking system embedded within the colophon! How can the answer be improved? Why You Should Include a Colophon in Your Book. Perhaps one of the simplest aspects of the back matter is the colophon.

Just because its simple doesnt mean its not important quite the opposite, actually. Where the publisher is concerned, the colophon may be the most important part of the back matter. The first colophon meaning that of publishing notes has become the most common definition of the term. Under this meaning, the colophon is an accumulation of the printer's names, date of publication and printer's address placed in the back of the book.

A colophon is a statement, placed at the end of the yearbook, recording the names of the staff and printer, book specifications, size of the edition and other information about the production of the yearbook. The colophon usually contained facts relative to the text such as associated person(s) (e.

g.the scribe, owner, or commissioner of the tablet), literary contents (e. g.a title, " catch phrases" (repeated phrases), or number of lines), and occasion or purpose of writing.

Colophons and catch phrases helped the reader organize and identify various A colophon is the statement, placed at the end of the yearbook, recording the names of the staff and printer, book specifications, size of the edition, and other information about the production of the yearbook.



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