Archives about self-publishing
As spring break winds to an end (and as writers and small publishers gear up for AWP this coming weekend), we take a look at some of the numbers from 2015 and delve into the state of book sales and digital publishing. We’ve also got some plump footnotes about butterflies, robot authors, unsold furniture, and
While publishing continues to chew over the issue of diversity—or lack thereof amongst its hired professionals—authors are taking on more awareness of how to market themselves and indie publishers are using the digital space to make the most of a limited budget. Ready? Set? Read!
With the dawn of a new year comes new predictions about the future of publishing, this year including a bump in print sales alongside Amazon dominated the self-publishing industry even more than before. Ready? Set? Read!
It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means: an avalanche of best-books-of-the-year lists. Some are critically selected, some are voted on, and some are just lists of the bestsellers from a particular retailer. If you’re looking to try a somewhat different style of reading in 2016, creative e-reading may finally have
It’s hot in Portland this weekend, but rather than wilting in the heat, we’re bringing you this week’s roundup of literary news – and it’s going to fire you up. We look at whether women are getting all the recognition they deserve from the literary establishment, what Ursula Le Guin has to say about publishing,
If you are a resident of the United States, you probably missed World Book Day, the holiday that seems to have escaped domestic notice. Luckily, you can still fill up on bookishness because this week is packed on the literary front with 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winners and lots of news from Penguin Random House. If