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publishing misstep

I wish I could say I made a misstep, but actually I didn't.  When I received enough rejections from publishers to fill a wall in my room, I decided to self-publish.  I researched all the Print On De

My publishing misstep with FINN was exactly fifty-six characters long.  Twelve words. Two lines. A pair of simple declarative sentences that live on in the hardcover edition, but have vanished fro

Author Janet Riehl reading from "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary"

Question: "What was a misstep that you (or your publisher) made with publishing your first boo

Publisher's foresight - pah! Don't get me started.

My first book, Forced Mate, was and still is a humorous, snarky take on every historical romance inspired by the

My first nonfiction book was Stirring the Waters: Writing to Find the Spirit which was nominated fo

The misstep that Bantam (now owned by Random House) made when publishing my book,

Driftwood Whimsy

My first book (my 37th comes out in Spring 2010) was a thin, but mighty photo-driven tome titled D

My debut story collection, Nude In Tub, was favorably reviewed from the New York Times to the Chicago Tribune to the San Francisco Chronicle, with lots of equally favorab