Linda, I would look at sales and marketing of your other books. Did they go into multiple editions? What was the number per runs? Are you expected to do pre and post production? What do you expect as an hourly wage to recoup costs.  Are you licensing the work or receiving royalties? English only US or multiple languages? Base you pricing on those factors and I think you'll have your answer. Most marketing is done online so they may wish to use your artwork to market, so that is a secondary use. 
Just my two cents. Best, Deb
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  On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 4:23 PM, Linda Feltner<[log in to unmask]> wrote:     Hi All, and Happy Spring (around the corner for some)
 I am doing some research. I have two volumes of the GAG Handbook, and those over the years reflect more East Coast prices, so I don't find them applicable for other areas. 
 Would you please write me OFF LIST, and tell me what you think is the going rate for publications in a University Press for:
 1. an ink illustration for an 8x10" interior page
 2. a full color cover, 8x10"
 3. NOT Work for Hire.
 4. It would be helpful to mention if it's top tier such as Princeton or Oxford, or if it's a major uni or a minor uni. 
 5. I imagine the publication will not be a massive number of books, it's regional. Probably no on-line or international publishing. 
 I've published about 8 books with small publishers and am familiar with contracts, etc.  I'm curious what others think should be negotiated for this type. The GAG Handbook's recommendations are not realistic, I think. Times are changing and this isn't New York City or LA. 
 I appreciate the time taken.  OFF LIST, please, I know we can't talk about it online. I will keep all information confidential. 
    Linda M. Feltner Artist LLC
 P.O. Box 325, Hereford, AZ 85615

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