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Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

Publetariat Dispatch: Sean Platt On Platform, The Writing Life, And Serialized Novels

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, Publetariat interviews author / blogger Sean Platt. Many Publetarians may be familiar with Sean Platt as the Writer Dad, Ghostwriter Dad, or through the Collective Inkwell site. In addition to those endeavors, Sean is also an author. In this interview, I talk to Sean about his many irons in the fire […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: Edits Ahoy! Are You Onboard?

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, we share this post by Kimberly Hitchens, founder of Booknook.biz, which originally appeared on the Crime Fiction Collective site on 10/4/11, and was reprinted on Publetariat in its entirety with that site’s permission. For  those of you who’ve missed the latest, Amazon initially yanked and  wirelessly replaced, and then removed entirely from sale, a […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: My Book Ate My Blog

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author M. Louisa Locke discusses the challenges in balancing writing with author platform. I ran across an excerpt of this interesting post entitled “My Book Ate my Blog” by Sophie Perinot on the Passive Voice blog (which if you haven’t discovered the Passive Guy yet,  run right over and check him […]

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Publetariat Dispatch – Writing a One-Page Business Plan: 5 Questions A Self-Publisher Must Ask

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author and publishing consultant Joseph C. Kunz, Jr. explains how to write a one-page business plan, and why it’s important for self-publishers to do so. This week, we’re pleased to promote another post from member Joseph C. Kunz Jr.‘s Publetariat blog to the front page. Whether you are about to  self-publish […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: Crowdfunding Or Panhandling? The New Arts Funding.

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author and small publisher Alan Baxter ruminates on the new “crowdfunding” movement. Warning: this post contains some strong language. This is going to be one of those posts where I ramble on without any real direction and hope I discover a point along the way. “How is that different to any […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: An Author’s Field Guide To Internet Trolls

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author, and founder and Editor in Chief of Publetariat April L. Hamilton takes a tongue-in-cheek look at internet trolls. ‘Author Platform’ is the buzzphrase of the moment. If you’re doing a good job of creating and maintaining that all-important communication channel between yourself and the public, it’s only a matter of […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: Hashtagstories – Stories Written as a Sequence of Twitter Hashtags

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author and digital media maven Piotr Kowalczyk introduces Hashtagstories.   It’s almost a year since I started hashtagstories – microstories written with current Twitter hashtags. Sorry? Stories written with what? A year ago this was  weird even to  me. But it was just so inspiring to combine the world of  hashtags into […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: Indie Author Discrimination

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author Melissa Conway addresses the bias against self-published authors and books. I thought I’d write about some of the issues that led to the creation of my popular video The Indie-Author Lament.  By “popular,” I don’t mean viral or anything, I just mean it hit a  nerve with a lot of […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: Critters Makes For Better Writing

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author Virginia Ripple shares the Critters critique group.   My husband is a big Star Wars fan.  He watches all six movies often,  though there’s a couple he watches more often than the rest.  He  collects the action figures (never call them toys to a “true”  collector).  He rushes to the […]

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