Late Night Library

Archives about independent publishing

Michael Simms, Autumn House Press

Welcome to Late Night Conversation! This month we feature Michael Simms, founder of Autumn House Press. Since their launch in 1998, Autumn House has been committed to publishing the most prominent American poets as well as lesser-known authors who will become the important poets of their generation. In addition to publishing books, they publish  Coal

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January 20, 2013

Bronwen Hruska, Soho Press

Welcome to Late Night Conversation! This week Paul talks with Bronwen Hruska, publisher of Soho Press. Founded in 1986 by Laura and Alan Hruska and Juris Jurjevics, Soho Press is an independent publisher of literary fiction and international crime. In 2013 they will debut Soho Teen, a mystery/thriller imprint for young adults. Paul and Bronwen discuss

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January 10, 2013

Michael Heald and Lisa Wells, Perfect Day Publishing

This week Paul talks to Michael Heald, writer and founder of  Perfect Day Publishing, along with Lisa Wells, author of Yeah. No. Totally. and the poetry chapbook Beast. Topics include: independent publishing, salon-style readings, blurb anxiety, creating community around other writers’ work, and making lit culture cool. Listen here… Subscribe to Late Night Library on iTunes Listen

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November 19, 2012

Joseph Regal, Zola Books

This week we feature Joseph Regal from  Zola Books, an online literary community where readers, writers, booksellers, reviewers, bloggers and publishers can gather in one place to connect naturally around the books they love. Listen here… Subscribe to Late Night Library on iTunes Listen on Stitcher SmartRadio  About our guest: Joe Regal has spent more than

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November 12, 2012

Rob Spillman, Tin House Magazine

This episode of Late Night Conversation features Rob Spillman, editor of  Tin House Magazine and  Tin House Books. Paul talks with Rob about independent publishing, U.S. v. Apple,’s predatory pricing practices, e-book distribution, The Brooklyn/Portland issue of Tin House Magazine, and international fiction. In this episode, Late Night Library also announces One for The Books! :

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October 15, 2012

Rhonda Hughes and Liz Crain, Hawthorne Books

This episode of Late Night Conversation features a talk with Rhonda Hughes and Liz Crain of  Hawthorne Books. Paul talks with Rhonda and Liz about the 11-year history of Hawthorne Books and their experiences marketing, publicizing, and distributing independent publications. Rhonda and Liz share stories about writers such as Chuck Palahniuk, Monica Drake, and Russell

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August 15, 2012

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