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katherine-holmes's picture
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 The House in Windward Leaves is having an enchanting year.  This May, the comic children's fantasy made Finalist in two Indie award programs:   E-book Fiction Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and Juvenile Fiction Finalist...
bob-mustin's picture
Writers: Does any of this reblog sound familiar? It's about as accurate an assessment of the current road to publishing as I've seen.    Imagine that one night you have a dream in which you are in an enormous bookstore lined with shelves upon shelves of books, each bound in the same...
kristen-j-tsetsi's picture
There’s a perfect storm brewing: publishers less willing to take chances and emerging media making it easier for writers to reach readers. Introducing a collection of successful indie authors: Backword Books Backword Books is a collective of independently published authors, some whose names you...
dave-donelson's picture
The most exciting news I've heard since Kunati picked up the rights to Heart of Diamonds was that my publisher was named Independent Publisher of the Year. The announcement was made at Book Expo America by ForeWord Magazine, which made it to celebrate the magazine's tenth anniversary. Here's...
loren-rhoads's picture
Night Shade Books (www.nightshadebooks.com) make beautiful books by a broad spectrum of science fiction/horror/fantasy authors. They're also very nice guys. But they have a scary posse... In point of fact, it's one of the most fun publisher promotions I've ever seen. The evidence is below.
barbara-jane-reyes's picture
Released in April 2008. First there is Easter Sunday, published by Carrie Huner of Ypolita Press. These are the sweet poems. Released in May 2008. Second, there is Cherry, published by Brenda Iijima of Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs. These are the porn-y and mean poems. It's looking like all of...