"Publishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

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

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

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

 
Veloce Publishing - Automotive stuffVeloce Publishing - Automotive stuff

THE Publisher of Fine Automotive Books

 
Zen FilmsZen Films

Life at the intersection of all things media and transmedia

 
As I Was Saying...As I Was Saying...

Blog about writing and other fun stuff.

 
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...

 


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In last summer's Unlocking the Gates of Alexandria: DRM, Competition and Access to E-Books , Ana Carolina Bittar of the Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School at São Paulo does an outstanding, thorough, and easily understandable job in explaining the...

The world of indie publishing is set to undergo yet another tectonic shift, initiated by the world's biggest publisher: Amazon In a message posted to its website last week, the company announced plans to dramatically change the way it pays authors en...

 First, some ranting: getting an Indie book reviewed is almost impossible. It took a publisher’s backing to make the The Martian a hit and Hugh Howey had to create his own publisher, Broad Reach to get official attention on the NYT bestsel...

Public feud avoided. Less than a month after reports began swirling that Amazon and the world’s largest book publisher Penguin Random House could potentially come to blows over a new contract for online book sales, the two entities have reached...

Rhianna Pratchett's announced that The Shepherd's Crown will be the last Discworld novel, because "They are sacred to dad." Read the rest...

Mark writes, "ACLS Workbench encourages scholars to share their materials and even allow others to copy or clone them." Read the rest...

David Hunter (creator of the zombie currciulum units) has a new idea: teaching English, science, history and math through curriculum units that ask kids to pretend to be time-travellers. Read the rest...