Saturday, September 25, 2010

Our Evolving Publishing Vocabulary: Why Do We Use the Words We Do?
Publishing Perpectives

The traditional vocabulary we've used to describe publishing is breaking down. We now have traditional publishers, digital first publishers, self-publishers, and quasi-professional vanity presses all vying for our attention. When is it appropriate to use each term? What are the differences?

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When Does a Self-publisher Constitute a Publishing Company?

Many self-publishers brand themselves as companies — for a variety of reasons, often to do with marketing — but if they just publish books written by themselves, does this actually qualify?

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