Monthly Archives: September 2011

On indie press: Margo Lanagan

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and are professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Here, Margo Lanagan shares her thoughts. Indie presses—an extremely author-centric view The recipe for building a career … Continue reading

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On indie press: Joanne Anderton

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and gone on to become professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Today, Joanne Anderton, whose first novel, Debris (Angry Robot Books) was released just this … Continue reading

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On indie press: Jason Nahrung

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and are professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Here, Jason Nahrung shares his thoughts. Small press, indie press … the nomenclature is changing with the … Continue reading

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On indie press: Michael Pryor

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and gone on to become professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Today, Michael Pryor shares his experience. Very early on in my writing career, indie … Continue reading

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On indie press: Robert Hood

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and are professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Today’s post comes to us from Robert Hood, who considers some of the differences between small press … Continue reading

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On indie press: Marianne de Pierres

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and gone on to become professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Today, Marianne de Pierres shares her experience. Like hundreds of writers, I owe a … Continue reading

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On indie press: Richard Harland

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and are professionals in the field to write about their experiences. In today’s post, Richard Harland considers the differences between indie and pro publishing. Most of my novels … Continue reading

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On indie press: Cat Sparks

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press and gone on to become professionals in the field to write about their experiences. Today’s post comes to us from Cat Sparks, who not only knows small press … Continue reading

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WSFA Small Press Awards

I’m so excited that RJ Astruc’s story from Worlds Next Door has been shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press Award. I talk more about it here, but wanted to put it on the main blog too – … Continue reading

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On indie press: Patty Jansen

I’ve invited a number of people who have published in indie press to write about their experiences. Today’s post comes to us from Patty Jansen, whose stories have been finding homes with many indie publications, and who has recently started … Continue reading

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