Found 331 articles containing "POD"

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Linda Carlson, September 2015
Marketing Whatever You Have to Market, Part 6: Promotion Opportunities and Issues (3 of 3) »

PUBLISHED MARCH 2015 by Linda Carlson, Reporter, IBPA Independent magazine — This is the sixth in a series of articles under the headline “Marketing Whatever You Have to Market.” Access the full series here. This is the final installment in a series of articles under the headline “Marketing Whatever You Have to Market” about using …

Darcy Pattison, August 2015
Publishing Children’s Books: What Two Years Have Taught Me »

PUBLISHED AUGUST 2015 by Darcy Pattinson, Writer My first children’s picture book, The River Dragon, was published in 1990 by HarperCollins, and I’ve been involved in the industry since then. But in the last 24 months, I’ve made the switch from traditional publishing to independent publishing. My company, Mims House, now has 20 titles, and …

Richard T. Williams, July 2015
The Evolution of Distribution »

PUBLISHED JULY 2015 by Richard T. Williams, Director, IPG For decades, “self-published” titles were considered second-rate and not worth bringing to the market because nobody exercised editorial control by vetting these titles. This is no longer an unequivocal fact—now the only real distinction to be made is whether or not someone other than the author …

IBPA Members, July 2015
Success by Meaningful Measures »

PUBLISHED JULY 2015 Plenty of big numbers pop up when you ask independent publishers about their most successful titles. Sales figures in the millions and the hundreds of thousands appeared in our 2011 four-part series on bestselling books, for example (to read about them, search via Independent magazine at ibpa-online.org). And you’ll see books with …

Linda Carlson, August 2015
Marketing Whatever You Have to Market, Part 5: Promotion Opportunities and Issues (2 of 3) »

PUBLISHED AUGUST 2015 by Linda Carlson, Reporter, IBPA Independent magazine — This is the fifth in a series of articles under the headline “Marketing Whatever You Have to Market.” Access the full series here. This is the fifth in a series of articles under the headline “Marketing Whatever You Have to Market” about using the …

Pat Alvarado, Linda Kandelin Chambers, Lucy H. Chambers, Devorah Fox, Wanda Obermeier, Benjamin Quinn, Howard Straus, March 2015
Routes Across Language Barriers, Part 1 »

PUBLISHED MARCH 2015 by Pat Alvarado, Linda Kandelin Chambers, Lucy H. Chambers, Devorah Fox, Wanda Obermeier, Benjamin Quinn, Howard Straus What All Children Deserve Star Bright Books was established in New York City’s Harlem in 1994. After working as an editor in several US and UK publishing houses, Deborah Shine (with the enthusiastic support of …

Jane Friedman, February 2015
Writing a More Effective Bio »

Lately I’ve noticed that some author bios are very short—sometimes not more than one line—and say little more than “John Doe is a writer.” When I made this observation on Twitter, Atlantic editor Alexis Madrigal observed that the super-short bio is a response to widespread use of super-long bios, and Glenn Fleishman, then the editor …

Janice Schnell Butler, February 2015
Making the Most of Your Content »

I’ve had the pleasure of being part of the Ingram Content Group publisher services team for eight years. During this time, I’ve educated publishers about the business models and the benefits of print on demand (POD), and I’ve consulted with content creators from various industries on how to make the most of their content. Whether …

Linda Carlson, February 2015
Spotlight: Member’s Achievements »

Speaking Up For Special Needs Publishing a book to launch a speaking career isn’t unusual. But the Dixon family of Finding Words Press may be unique because they created a book to get a teenager with brain damage on the lecture circuit. The company’s only title, A Stroke of Luck, came about because of bad …

Linda Carlson, January 2015
Spotlight: Member Achievements »

Fiction Succeeds With An Ass-Kicking Female Chaplain Jaime Richards is a US Armychaplain, but this heroine’s explosive situations—and occasional explosive language— have won her a following among Christians and atheists alike, and generated healthy sales for Arundel Publishing, a Warwick, NY, company founded in 2011 that does how-to nonfiction and YA novels as well as …

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