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Advertising-free magazines: a novel idea?

I still remember the first time I picked up Womankind magazine. Years earlier I’d cut magazine purchases out of my life. Having outgrown Frankie, finding no solace in gossip magazines, and rejecting mass consumption and a ‘typical’ consumer lifestyle, I found my inspiration and need for a traditional women’s magazine was waning. 1,564 more words


Summer Internship!

New semester, new internship. Given that I’ll be home this summer, I decided it was finally time to apply to literary agencies aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnd I got one! 142 more words

THE STONE THROWER and The Festival of Literary Diversity (The FOLD) - May 6-8

I can’t tell you how proud I am of the founder of The FOLD (Festival of Literary Diversity). A client and friend, she’s a huge writing talent and activist in the publishing community. 198 more words

Publishing Industry

Mythic New York

By Miriam R. Kramer

New York City looms like a giant in the imagination of people in the United States and all over the world. Dirty and dazzling, it reigns as a culturally and financially vibrant city for strivers and immigrants, a metropolis allowing the ambitious to dream of conquest, fame, and success beyond the height of skyscrapers leaning vertiginously from above. 985 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Five Big mistakes self-published authors make

I’ve spent a lot of time with self-published authors—the good and the bad—and I’ve noticed a lot of trends over the last five years. Some of these trends are good and are marks of successful authors, others… not so good. 919 more words


Discover an ebook et download several chapters

To download academic book chapters is legal.

All students and teachers don’t know that. Why ? Because people think that reading a book by chapters is not normal. 98 more words


Report from the Field: Struggling with Creative Nepotism

At Vida, writer Dallas Athent confronts one of the thorniest issues plaguing the literary scene: the unspoken nepotism-fueled culture of connections and reciprocal favors that determines who gets published where.