A book is born : from the text to the final product

A book consists of two different and complementary spaces : the text and the object. It is an interactive meeting point for the author, the publisher and the reader. The publisher plays an important part as he reveals the text to the public, through his scripts, of which the title and the collection are the most decisive. His catalogue is a reflection of his production and of the reader he aims at. With an adjustment of his scripts, the publisher covers a larger public and offers him texts of various cultural grades inside a single collection, or similar texts under various appearances.