The Alliance of Independent Authors is encouraging the reading industry – libraries, festivals, bookstores, events, review organs, prizes – to open up to indie authors. But it also requires self-publishing authors to step forward if interested.
Posts about ALLi’s campaigns for the benefit of the self-publishing, indie author community
Coming soon: new revised edition of “Opening Up To Indie Authors” – and why we still need ti
Announcing a new weekly feature celebrating self-publishing success via role models from ALLi’s membership around the world
What should indie authors blog about? ALLi authors discuss, in the 1500th post on the ALLi blog!
ALLI founder and director Orna Ross takes part in Digital Book World’s first indie author day
Why partnership for authors doesn’t always mean parting with cash – how you can benefit from the hive’s wisdom and generosity via our Facebook group
It’s the season of giving, and we’re spreading good cheer and good news for ALLi members and friends, with lots of writing and publishing discounts and free gifts.
Jay Artale our ALLi communications manager has put together a roundup of our Ask ALLi and Indie Author Fringe podcasts, and coaxes us to take time for ourselves over the festive season to listen and be inspired.
Have you seen publishing open up to indies? The Alliance of Independent Authors is updating its #PublishingOpenUp campaign. So what’s changed for you since the campaign launch in 2014?
In this week’s opinion slot on the ALLi blog, Dan Holloway makes the case for why literary prizes and awards need to open up to indie authors, because self-publishing is the natural home for great literary fiction.