Diane Sward Rapaport, the founder of Jerome Headlands Press (1992), is a publisher, book producer and writer. She is the author of several books about the music business, and Home Sweet Jerome: Death and Rebirth of Arizona’s Richest Copper Mining City, Johnson Books (Big Earth Publishing), 2014. Read Diane’s blogs on www.homesweetjerome.net.
E-Book: The Musician’s Business and Legal Guide: A Presentation of the Beverly Hills Committee for the Arts, edited by Mark Halloran, Esq. Distributed by Vital Source Books.
Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not by C. J. Grace. Scheduled for publication in print and Kindle format in late Spring 2016.
Jerome Headlands Press has produced five music business books and co-published them with Pearson Education, the largest textbook publisher in the world.
The Musician’s Business and Legal Guide: A Presentation of the Beverly Hills Committee for the Arts, edited by Mark Halloran, Esq. 125,000 copies sold. New revision in production at Jerome Headlands Press and to be published in 2017 by Routledge, Taylor and Francis.
The Acoustic Musician’s Guide to Sound Reinforcement and Live Recording by Mike Sokol. Out of print.
The Visual Artist’s Business and Legal Guide, A Presentation of the Beverly Hills Committee for the Arts, edited by Gregory Victoroff. Out-of-print.
How to Make and Sell Your Own Recording by Diane Sward Rapaport. 5 revisions. Over 250,000 copies sold. Out of print.
A Music Business Primer by Diane Rapaport. 15,000 copies sold. Out of print.