I like to think of independent publishers as little minnows swimming bravely into ponds dominated by big fishes. Despite having competition in every corner, independents carry on with their end goal in sight. 530 more words
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Not every book is going to be the next Watchmen. Not every book should try to be.
I’ll admit that in this age of peak storytelling, where every book and TV show and movie needs to have some level of acclaim to last, having that praise will help you get noticed. 1,019 more words
So this is going to be a bit off the cuff. It’s a Saturday morning…sue me.
DC has been doing some interesting things with company crossovers. 1,002 more words
The independent Northumbrian publisher Red Squirrel Press is, according to one of SWC’s Directors Derek Parkes, ‘one of the finest publishers going’. Founded in 2006 by Sheila Wakefield and having published over 130 titles to date, Red Squirrel Press is a firm favourite at the Scottish Writers’ Centre, and have showcased many a talented writer at the SWC over the years. 524 more words