Seattle Writes: Publishing
Librarians at The Seattle Public Library present a selection of books, online resources, and Seattle Writes podcasts for writers ready to publish their work via either traditional publishing or self publishing. (September 2022)
This yearly publication provides overviews and contact information for literary agents, book publishers, consumer magazines, trade journals, contests & awards, as well as a book publishers subject index.
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How to Self Publish your Book
"Leveraging an extensive career in traditional and self-publishing, Yager offers a comprehensive guide to the latter field, with separate sections on writing one's book, publishing it, and marketing it." - Publishers Weekly
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This yearly publication provides information on the craft, business, and promotion of poetry, plus information on contests and awards, conferences, poetry organizations, and markets.
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5 Things You Need to Know Before You Self Publish
Beth Jusino dispenses five crucial pieces of advice for any author considering self-publishing. Learn how to approach publishing your novel as a business, including when and how to hire people to help you. Recorded Aug. 17, 2017View 5 Things You Need to Know Before You Self Publish
Seattle Writes: Our Favorite Writing Books
Librarians at The Seattle Public Library created this list of our favorite books about the craft of writing.View Seattle Writes: Our Favorite Writing Books