We hear a lot about how self-publishing needs to learn from trade publishing but not so much about the changes that are taking place in the other direction. Join Chair Porter Anderson as he shares his own wisdom gleaned as a global publishing commentator, and explores this key question with panelists Robert Caskie, Senior Agent at Peter Frazer Dunlop; Dr Alison Baverstock, Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Publishing, Kingston University and Robin Cutler of Ingram Spark: how self-publishing is affecting the way trade publishers, editors, agents and bookshops do business.
How Self Publishing is changing Trade Publishing: PORTER ANDERSON, ROBIN CUTLER, ALISON BAVERSTOCK, ROBERT CASKIE
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Judges don't read all entries in the "pre-long list" for the Booker Prize. Jane Friedman’s Hot Sheet and Bookstat launch indie bestseller chart.
Yet again, this year has flown by! This month we will be looking back at the top posts on the Alliance of Independent Authors blog. So, don't worry if you've missed some of our weekly advice, guidance and case studies, we'll be rounding them all up this month. And this week, we're kicking off with a selection of the best self-publishing business and planning advice covered in the blog from 2023.
My ALLi author guest this episode is Sarah Ziegel, who has four children with autism. Sarah successfully navigated through the educational system to get the best care for her kids. It's that success that brought questions from other parents. So, to answer the many questions they had, she's published two books on navigating through the emotional, educational, and legal landscape of autism.