This Week in Writing and Publishing 8th April 2012

Here’s what caught my eye about writing and publishing on the Internet in the past week:

The newsonomics of the Next Issue magazine future

Joss Whedon Talks THE CABIN IN THE WOODS, THE AVENGERS, His Writing Process, Comic-Con, Collecting and More

Publishers Sue As Boundless Learning Grabs $8M For An Open Alternative To Textbooks

The Writer’s Life is Full of Second Chances (or: Abandon Despair, All Ye Who Enter Here)

The new Internet business model: $5 via PayPal

“He Won’t Read Books About Girls” « ShelfTalker

Ray Bradbury Gives 12 Pieces of Writing Advice to Young Authors (2001)

The Ten Awful Truths — and the Ten Wonderful Truths — About Book Publishing

Quick Tips On Publishing And Marketing. Joanna Penn Interviewed By PubSlush

Publishing Perspectives : Discoverability and the New World of Book PR

Scholastic Media President Deborah Forte: Early Days for Children’s E-Books

Wondering About Hyperlinked Writing

The Productivity Strategy for Writing I Guarantee You WON’T Try

Formatting Tips Every Author Should Know, Part One

How to Be Creative: The Science of Genius

Kobo to become a publisher

Edit Where Edit’s Due: A Guest Post by Stephanie of Saltwater Publishing

Moving Beyond Self-Publishing

Editor Dave King on Showing–and Telling–Emotion in Fiction

Are Book Covers Different for Female and Male Authors?

How to Use Squidoo to Increase Your Website’s Traffic

LG’s New Flexible E-ink Display Heads Into Mass Production


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