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Mike Shatzkin asks: what can publishers offer in digital publishing? A response.

Mike Shatzkin has just posted an excellent new article: \”Will book publishers be able to retain primacy as ebook publishers?\” Some snippets:   \”… I think we’re going to see a US market that is 80% digital for narrative text reading in the pretty near future: could be as soon as two years from now

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Mike Shatzkin asks: what can publishers offer in digital publishing? A response.

Mike Shatzkin has just posted an excellent new article: \”Will book publishers be able to retain primacy as ebook publishers?\” Some snippets:   \”… I think we’re going to see a US market that is 80% digital for narrative text reading in the pretty near future: could be as soon as two years from now

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Pay'in For It: How should writers pay for help with self-publishing?

In the wake of Barry Eisler and Joe Konrath\’s discussion of Eisler\’s move to self publishing (turning down a $500,000 contract in the process), Dean Wesley Smith has posted some thoughts that he disagreed with their views on how to get help in those bits of publishing a writer wasn\’t able to do, or didn\’t

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Pay\’in For It: How should writers pay for help with self-publishing?

In the wake of Barry Eisler and Joe Konrath\’s discussion of Eisler\’s move to self publishing (turning down a $500,000 contract in the process), Dean Wesley Smith has posted some thoughts that he disagreed with their views on how to get help in those bits of publishing a writer wasn\’t able to do, or didn\’t

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The Gatekeepers are dead…long live the Gatekeepers

No, I\’m not writing about Ghostbusters. There\’s a huge argument raging right now about gatekeeping for literature. About who gets to do it, how literature will survive without it, about \”what happens next?\” On one side, you\’ve got independent publishing authors, many of whom are singing \”ding, dong, the wicked Gatekeeper is dead!\” Publishers used

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