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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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.
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’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. […]