Galley Table Episode One!

September 16, 2010
Galley Table Episode One!

Welcome to the first episode of the Galley Table. This will be a weekly round table and we’ll cover all kinds of topics. In episode one we cover what’s going on in the e-pub world, the covert art process, and rejection. We also get a nice scoop from the dark Goddess herself! Guests: David Sobkowiak […]

Interview With Author Billy Wong

September 15, 2010
Interview With Author Billy Wong

Billy Wong wrote the story “Paired Curse”, the one I read for our audio version. A young woman arrives at a frontier outpost looking for protection and training. Can Boers discover what she’s on the run from and turn her into a warrior? He was kind enough to answer a few questions for us. What […]

Subscribe!

September 15, 2010
Subscribe!

I know some of you have been waiting for this and hopefully this strikes your fancy. You can now subscribe to Flagship! For a one time payment of $8.99 for text or audio/$12.99 for both you get a year’s worth of issues from the point you subscribe. If you subscribe this month you’ll also receive […]

Issue Two

September 7, 2010
Issue Two

Issue 2 is LIVE
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Stories include:

Ch-ch-changes

August 27, 2010
Ch-ch-changes

Kris Rusch wrote an excellent article on her thoughts after having seen a popular Nook display in a Barnes and Noble. It’s a long post and there are a number of good points in it. Perhaps my favorite, or at least the one that jumped out the most was a comparison she made to music. […]

Expectations

August 16, 2010
Expectations

Inspired by a post by Elizabeth at b10mediaworx.com on “Enhanced” e-books, I thought I’d ask you, our cherished readers, what you expect from us now that you’ve (in theory) seen our first effort. We want to make this process as seamless/painless as possible and in order to do that we need to know what we’ve […]

Who are you? (who who… who who…)

Seriously. Who are you? If you’re a reader of FlagShip, who are you? Here’s what I think… If you’re a reader of FlagShip, you’re more technically savvy than your average person. You’re familiar with handling files, installing them on your e-reader or phone. You may not be totally familiar with the different e-text formats, but […]

Catch a wave…

August 9, 2010
Catch a wave…

There’s been a lot lot LOT of talk lately about the future of publishing, ebooks, etc.

Here’s Simon Wood talking about e-books from an author’s perspective. Here’s Pablo Defendini talking about what he would do with Barnes and Noble – which recently put itself on the auction block. And here’s a paperback publisher moving to e-books first, and following up with trade paperbacks. It’s a really interesting time to be in the publishing game.

But what does it mean for readers? It means options.

Flagship: Now on Smashwords and Amazon!

We recently submitted the first issue of Flagship to Smashwords and Amazon. So, I think I can hear some of you asking, “Why put your magazine on other sites?” Well there are a few good reasons. Availability – The more places we put our magazine, the more people are likely to see and buy.  We […]

I may know art, but I don’t know what I like.

I may know art, but I don’t know what I like. I’ve always liked the absurd way that sounds. I have an aunt who is an educated artist. She has spent many years of her adult life taking courses in art at a major university. She has studied all mediums including sculpture, painting, and drawing. […]

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