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Archive for August, 2010


August 27, 2010

Kris Rusch wrote an excellent article on her thoughts after having seen a popular Nook display in a Barnes and …Read the Rest


August 16, 2010

Inspired by a post by Elizabeth at b10mediaworx.com on “Enhanced” e-books, I thought I’d ask you, our cherished readers, what …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest

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 …Read the Rest


August 3, 2010

I’d like to bring to your attention a few glaringly obvious facts: A story unread is little more than a collection of ink-stained paper…. If you’re not reading or listening to the words and pictures, we’re doing this for nothing…. You’re who the stories are read and recorded for.