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Issue 2 Notes from the Editors: Fiction

A story about the fiction included in Arkana Issue 2

By Cassie Hayes, Fiction Editor, and Liz Larson, Fiction Reader

A thing is incredible, if ever, only after it is told. 892 more words


New Imprint & Kudos

Margaret Ferguson will join Holiday House Publishing in May as publisher of a Margaret Ferguson Books imprint, reporting to editor-in-chief Mary Cash. It’s the first time Holiday House has created an eponymous imprint. 356 more words

Authors And Illustrators

A Publishing Postgrad Update

Happy Sunday to you all! It’s been a while since I’ve sat down and written a blog. I recently moved into a new flat with my boyfriend and it’s been hectic! 532 more words


Response to Publisher's Weekly News

This is good news from PW, At IBPA Meeting, A Push for Parity, from the hybrid publisher’s viewpoint.

I work for https://www.CaptureMeBooks.com (doing marketing for several authors) but the biggest problem is POD. 264 more words

Marketing For A Small Publisher

Why I work for Awen

By Nimue Brown

Some months ago I put up a hand and offered to help get Awen Publications and its titles in front of people. Publisher Anthony Nanson invited me to blog about what led me here. 540 more words


Arkana Represents

The Impact of AWP, Past and Present

by Mikayla Davis, Poetry Reader

In 2014 I attended my first AWP in Seattle, planning to meet up with one of my creative writing instructors and some classmates from community college. 943 more words


Things No One Tells You About Self-Publishing 

1. Selling books is harder than writing them. There are 300k books published in the U.S. every year. And 30% of Americans read only 1 to 5 books in 2014.

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