"Publishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

Canister X - A.P. Fuchs: Zombie and Superhero Novelist, Horror and Superhero Movie Reviews and More!Canister X - A.P. Fuchs: Zombie and Superhero Novelist, Horror and Superhero Movie Reviews and More!

Official site of zombie and superhero novelist, A.P. Fuchs. Also contains i...

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
George Angus, Tumblemoose WriterGeorge Angus, Tumblemoose Writer

Author home site. Helpful articles about writing, reading and publishing

 
Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

This is a blog created by Warren Brown, a freelance writer and Entrepreneur...

 
Zen FilmsZen Films

Life at the intersection of all things media and transmedia

 
Veloce Publishing - Automotive stuffVeloce Publishing - Automotive stuff

THE Publisher of Fine Automotive Books

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 


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The Torist is a newly launched literary journal, edited by University of Utah Communications associate professor Robert W Gehl and a person called GMH, collecting fiction, poetry and non-fiction. It is only available as a file on a Tor hidden service...

You can’t work at a book publisher for more than five minutes without someone telling you what publishers should do. You know, “to survive.” “Be relevant.” Something. Even literary agents, who should know better, wi...

Don’t put down that pen just yet, Penthouse readers: your letters to the magazine could still end up in an issue on the newsstand in the near future. Penthouse’s editors say the magazine won’t be going online-only… at least not at the moment.

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Penthouse, the long-running men's magazine founded by Bob Guccione in 1969, is to cease publication in print. The Wall Street Journal reports that it would be "reimagined" as an online-only affair. “Reimagined for the preferred consumption of co...