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Navigating the Changing World of Self-Publishing

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Do you have a novel you’ve been thinking about self-publishing, but you’re worried about “self-publishing stigma”? Wondering if there are advantages of publishing an e-book as opposed to a paperback? Are you stumped as to where to find a good editor? We’ll check in on the changing world of self-publishing, consider the pros and cons of the traditional publishing industry and answer your self-publishing questions.


Ted Weinstein, literary agent, founder of Ted Weinstein Literary Management and former music critic for NPR's All Things Considered

Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords, an e-book publishing and distribution platform based in Los Gatos

Laura Fraser, journalist and editorial director of Shebooks, which publishes short ebooks by women


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