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Kristin Fields, July/August 2018
Imbrifex Books Forges a Path in Independent Publishing »

PUBLISHED JULY/AUGUST 2018 by Kristin Fields, Associate Editor, IBPA Independent magazine — The world of independent book publishing is new to Imbrifex Books, but they’re quickly rising to the top. Imbrifex Books is relatively new to the independent book publishing space. In fact, it was just last year, in 2017, that their first books were published. …

Brooke Warner, January/February 2018
Tracking the Wins: Looking Back on 10 Years of Independent Publishing »

PUBLISHED JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 by Brooke Warner, Publisher, She Writes Press — In 2007, an aspiring author reached out to me to ask for support in self-publishing her book. I was still working in traditional publishing at the time, but I’d started to consult on the side. She was adamantly indie, wanting to forego the traditional …

Angela Bole, November 2017
Director’s Desk: Have You Been Using IBPA’s SocialLink? »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2017 by Angela Bole, CEO, Independent Book Publishers Association — Happy November, IBPA members! It’s time to get online. Almost a year ago, on Dec. 19, 2016, IBPA revealed an updated, user-friendly web portal for its 3,000 members. The online portal, called SocialLink, offers IBPA members the ability to build detailed member profiles …

Alexa Schlosser, November 2017
Executive Office: Christopher Robbins on  Publishing »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2017 Interview by Alexa Schlosser, Managing Editor, IBPA Independent magazine — An interview with the CEO of Familius and American West Books, Christopher Robbins Christopher Robbins is a self-proclaimed terrible cellist, pianist, and guitar player. But he’s also the founder and CEO of Familius, an independent book publishing company with a mission to …

Alexa Schlosser, October 2017
IBPA Roundtable: Job Juggling »

PUBLISHED OCTOBER 2017 Compiled by Alexa Schlosser, Managing Editor, IBPA Independent magazine – Being a publisher often means you do more than just publish. Below, six IBPA members discuss how they’ve found alternative ways to make money. If publishing is not your main source of revenue, how do you juggle your day job with your …

Angela Bole, July 2017
Director’s Desk: Advocating Fairness with IBPA’s Industry Standards Checklist for a Professionally Published Book »

PUBLISHED JULY 2017 by Angela Bole, CEO, Independent Book Publishers Association – IBPA has been championing independent publishers big and small, self and otherwise, since 1983. That’s over 30 years of advocating for indie voices in the traditional publishing industry. Over this time, we’ve seen a thing or two. Recent changes in the publishing industry …

Maggie Anton, June 2017
2 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards™, 11 Years Apart »

PUBLISHED JUNE 2017 by Maggie Anton, Talmud Scholar and Writer A self-published author examines how the world of publishing has changed in the past decade. It was spring 2004 when I was finally forced to admit that my literary agent was unlikely to find a buyer for my historical novel, Rashi’s Daughters, in time for …

L.M Browning, May 2017
Board Member’s Memo: Entrepreneurial Bravery »

PUBLISHED MAY 2017 by LM Browning, Founder, Homebound Publications – At the age of 27, I was offered every writer’s dream: a book deal. And not just one book, but five. I enthusiastically signed and went from scribbler to author only to be quickly disillusioned by the entire process. The manuscript I had worked on …

Alicia Freile, December 2016
Book Publishing Down Under »

PUBLISHED DECEMBER 2016 by Alicia Freile, Design Director, Tango Media An expatriate’s observations of the publishing industry in Australia. Just over 10 years ago, I left my job as a book designer at Running Press Book Publishers in Philadelphia, packed up my two suitcases, and got on a plane to Sydney, Australia. It was the …

Deb Vanasse, November 2016
Meeting Mashup »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2016 by Deb Vanasse, IBPA Independent staff reporter IBPA INDEPENDENT staff reporter Deb Vanasse reached out to the IBPA membership to hear their thoughts on conventions and meetings. We received many great responses, some of which can be found here. Thank you to everyone who responded to our query. “It’s important that I …

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