Everyone is doing it--leaving the publishers behind and doing it themselves--it's not as simple as it looks, but with planning and effort, it can be done. Follow the masters like Guy Kawasaki and James Altucher for the play-by-play.
... vom lokalen Schreibraum zu vernetzten kollaborativen Schreibumgebungen. Ein gezielter Einsatz von Recherche-, Schreib-, Annotations-, Kommunikations- und Feedbacktools, wie sie im Web 2.0 verfügbar sind
Publishing, editing, writing, literary agents/ agencies, query letters, manuscripts, ethics, etiquette, industry standards. ALL of this information comes directly from legitimate, respectable, and successful literary agents.
Scriptorium, medieval publishing.
Online material on topics such as economics, science, and politics that do not have the traditional newspaper feel to them.
Self-Publishing and Digital Publishing for Students
Tired of hunting around the web for what everyone's talking about around the office water cooler? We've got you covered. Here's a daily dose of what is buzzing around the internet.
Attempting to do your own ebook? Here's what I learned...
The publishing industry is a slow moving entity. For an aspiring author, it's too slow.
COMM 3505 module focusing on the issues and implications facing the publishing industry today.
REQUIRED READING: Dominick, CH 5 "Magazines"
Discussion: Media for Niche v. Media for Communities CHECK LEARNING #2 in this Board
Craig Mod was one of the speakers at the Do Lectures 2010.
Based in Wales in the UK, the Do Lectures brings together innovative speakers and guests from around the globe for an inspiring and dynamic conference.
Ideas + Energy = Change
A collection of resources and options for new publishing options - including self-publishing but also resources for anyone creating a new media content company (comics, books, perhaps even film)
A basic how to guide, plus resources on how to create a business selling books online.
Write and publish using technology; explore the avenues that students can use.
Insights on what's worth reading from a publishing insider (me! hehe)
You've written a novel. A great, literary novel (you think.) You've submitted it to countless literary agents. No one will take a chance on you. Do you foray into the world of self-publishing?
You've read all the boards with this tag!