Goldstein & Blair

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Goldstein & Blair
Status Defunct
Founder Arthur Naiman
Successor Peachpit Press
Country of origin United States
Publication types Books
Nonfiction topics Computers

Goldstein & Blair Publishing was a publisher of Apple Macintosh-related books in the 1980s and early 1990s, including Macintosh Bible:Super Combo and Macintosh Bible:Ultra Combo. They also published one of Larry Pina's books.

Goldstein & Blair was founded by Arthur Naiman, the author who is also the founder of the Odonian Press. Beginning March 1, 1992 Peachpit Press took over distribution of all Goldstein & Blair titles.[1]

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  1. ^ Stokell, Ian (1992-02-24). "Mac Bible to be distributed by Peachpit. (Goldstein and Blair and Peachpit Press Inc. reach distribution agreement)". Newsbytes. Newsbytes News Network.