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Patrick HenryPatrick Henry has been a business-to-business journalist, editor, publications director, and educator since 1977. His positions have included publisher and editorial director of Printing News; executive editor of In-Plant Printer; managing editor of Instant & Small Commercial Printer; and editorial director of Package Design. He currently is executive editor of WhatTheyThink.com and a contributing writer for Graphic Arts Monthly and American Printer.
A former director of publications for the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), Mr. Henry wrote the chapters on production for the textbook, The Magazine Publishing Industry. He is the author of hundreds of articles and monographs on business and technology issues in the printing industry. He has taught courses in editing, publishing, and print technology for New York University and New York City College of Technology since 1987 and was the recipient of a “Person of the Year” award from The New York Printing Teachers Guild in 1999.
On January 18, 2000, Mr. Henry received the Florence B. and Leo H. Joachim Award for industry service at the Printing Week Dinner in New York City. In 2001, he was chosen to receive a “Gamma Gold Key Award” from Gamma Chapter, Gamma Epsilon Tau (New York City Technical College), the national graphic arts fraternity. He also was inducted into NAPL's Soderstrom Society, a fellowship recognizing industry service.
Mr. Henry currently operates Liberty or Death Communications, a consultancy specializing in editorial, educational, and custom publishing services for the graphic communications and publishing industries. An expert in graphic communication technology, he takes part in many initiatives for knowledge-sharing, training, and recruitment.