Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

1

I can't recommend a font but I would consider fonts that were available up to the 1850s, or at most up to the beginning of the 20th C. So, maybe some modern romans. I don't really see the Arts and Crafts movement working that well for today's audience but ... it might. The UX guy in me says - know your audience.


1

Gentium from SIL will likely work well for a free font. The SIL Open Font license also means that you can edit the font for your own needs using a font editor like FontForge. Gentium was designed for scholarly work and supports Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek.


1

It's up to you, and quite often it's situation dependant. If it's a very niche book that's only going to sell a couple of hundred copies then you're probably going to prefer a flat rate anyway, if you're illustrating the cover of Dan Browns next novel however you might want a piece of the back end... The main thing is getting a fee that you can walk away ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible