Publishing

Will 2014 Be the Year of the Indie?

Will 2014 Be the Year of the Indie?

Data is showing indie publishers on the rise for customer satisfaction, Keith West explores where this could lead. Read More »

Marketing 101: Making Exceptional Covers

Marketing 101: Making Exceptional Covers

Michael J. Sullivan has been delivering some of the best advice and insight into self-publishing offered on the web, and he's not stopping yet. Today - how to get yourself an awesome cover! Read More »

The Rise of Audio Books

The Rise of Audio Books

Michael J. Sullivan explores the world of audio books and subsidiary rights: Should you hang on to them? Will they be a significant source of income? Just how well are audio works doing? Read More »

Not All Small Presses Are Equal

Not All Small Presses Are Equal

Michael J. Sullivan provides insight on the types of things you should be concerned with when signing a contract with small presses. Read More »

How To Guarantee A Short Fiction Sale Every Single Effin Time You Submit A Story

How To Guarantee A Short Fiction Sale Every Single Effin Time You Submit A Story

Don't be a crappy, illiterate, crown-scribbling hack. Read More »

Race to the Bottom – A follow up

Race to the Bottom – A follow up

Recently I wrote a post The Race to the Bottom, where I talked about the disturbing trend of low priced ebooks. After the post went live I had an excellent discussion on line with a number of people. That conversation made me think about the various... Read More »

Website review: Daily Science Fiction dot com

Website review: Daily Science Fiction dot com

Just like every high-quality short story, it doesn’t have to be complicated to be good. To prove that, dailysciencefiction.com has provided a convenient outlet for finding well written original work in the genre. Read More »

How Not To Host A Website -or- The Further Adventures Of A Twentieth Centure Computer Illiterate In the Twenty-First Century

How Not To Host A Website -or- The Further Adventures Of A Twentieth Centure Computer Illiterate In the Twenty-First Century

As late as twenty years ago a fanzine panel at a VCON would draw thirty to forty fen, all curious, many enthusiastic, all appreciative of any sprightly and hilarious tales to be told springing from fanac lore, tradition, and experience. But now… I s... Read More »

Digital Imprints

Digital Imprints

Publishing. It’s been experiencing a revolution, and for a time, no one was quite sure where it was going…especially for traditional publishers. Read More »

Some Thoughts About Free Ebooks

Some Thoughts About Free Ebooks

Ever since Amazon announced it's Amazon Select program (December 2011) the plethora of free books has significantly decreased the effectiveness of this type of promotion. Read More »

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