"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...

 
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

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

Blog about writing and other fun stuff.

 
Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

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

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

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

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 


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 Pronoun, a self-publishing service for authors, is shutting down after promising free ebook distribution for authors. The company, which raised millions in funding and ended up being sold to Macmillan announced the shutdown in an email to autho...

The Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Workshop is the oldest workshop in the field, run by a nonprofit (I volunteer on its board), and much-loved by its many grads; the Clarion Class of 2012 (who call themselves "The Awkward Robots") period...

Farah Mendlesohn is one of science fiction's best-respected editors and critics, author of the indispensable Intergalactic Playground. (more…)...

Whilst Veloce is firmly rooted to the Jurassic Coast – and very nice it is too – our books are sold worldwide. Of course, we couldn't do this by ourselves, and we have some fantastic global partners helping us spread our books far and wide.&...

Greg Escalante, a pioneer in the lowbrow and pop surrealist art scene, respected gallerist, and co-founder of Juxtapoz magazine, has died. He was 62. From the OC Weekly: A native of Los Alamitos and bond trader by profession, Escalante start...

There has been far too much nonsense written contrasting reading on various types of screens 1 Usually conflated as if screens were all one type of reading and it was the electronic imprint that mattered not the size or reflective […] The post...

The next time you watch a big blockbuster sci-fi film like Alien: Covenant, you can thank the original pulp magazines. The written form of the popular genre got its start in comic book-sized magazines like Amazing Stories, Astounding Science Fiction,...