The definitive studio handbook

I’m reading Ted Godwin’s book, “The Studio Handbook for Working Artists”. It’s a survival manual which covers several questions the working artist might encounter — questions which aren’t covered in art school. Like me, Godwin converted his garage into a working studio, and has many helpful hints for me in my own conversion process. I’m glad I picked this book up. I’d strongly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to sell their own art.
Some of the topics he covers are: dealing with copyright issues (from a Canadian perspective as well as U.S.); making crates for shipping art; how to frame and present your art; how to deal with galleries; photographing and inventorying your works; etc. Great stuff!