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Trends in Publishing – Part 1: A Short, Sharp Future?
Posted on June 23, 2011 by waxings
Here’s an interesting publishing trend – shorter books. Maybe. Editor David Winter says Text Publishing is doing a lot of short books at the moment. It’s not a deliberate strategy, he hastens to add. But his musing about the opportunities … Continue reading →
Posted in Blogwax, Emerging Writers Festival 2011, The Buzz | Tagged authors, books, david winter, digital, Emerging Writers' Festival, genre, novellas, publishers, publishing, text publishing, Town Hall Conference, traditional, write, writing | 4 Comments