What a Publishing Career Means to Me

Chasing after a career in publishing was never my plan. Not a clear one, anyway. Thinking back to when I was a little girl, I distinctly remember telling everyone I'd grow up to be a veterinarian. This career choice, I'm assuming, piqued my interest because I wanted to be around animals all day (I still... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Susan Hawthorne, “Bibliodiversity: A Manifesto for Independent Publishing”

It's not very often that I choose to review a non-fiction book, but Susan Hawthorne's Bibliodiversity: A Manifesto for Independent Publishing was too good to keep to myself. If you're not familiar with the term "bibliodiversity," don't worry. I wasn't either until I came across this book while researching sources for a project I was... Continue Reading →

Three Reasons to Cheer for Independent Publishers

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. Now, when I say independent publishers, I don't mean self-published authors. I am speaking of those small companies running the race in... Continue Reading →

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