This Week in Writing and Publishing 29th April 2012

Here’s what caught my attention this week in writing and publishing on the Internet:

The Importance of Reversion Clauses in Book Contracts

A loss for words: winning books hit the dust

‘Frankenstein’ App and the State of Adult-Targeted Apps

5 Steps to Getting More Targeted Website Traffic with SEO Copywriting

Q&A with book publicist Kathleen Schmidt

The Greatest Writing Advice You Will Ever Receive Anywhere Ever. For Serious.

The end of ebook development

Introducing jPach: A Journal Publishing Platform for HathiTrust

The e-Future

If Harvard Can’t Afford Academic Journal Subscriptions, Maybe It’s Time for an Open Access Model

The digital world has invigorated publishing, not doomed it

Apple’s iBooks Author: the iTunes of self-publishing apps?

Writing Legend Les Edgerton Teaches Us How to Create a Remarkable Writing Voice

Traditional Publishing And Self-Publishing Are Not Mutually Exclusive

Tor/Forge Plans DRM-Free E-books By July

“Why I break DRM on e-books”: A publishing exec speaks out

The Return of the Novella, the Original #Longread

More on DRM and ebooks

Publishing Perspectives : Sourcefabric’s SaaS: Open-Source Book Creation Tools for All

Festival of Books: Grahame-Smith explains why we need zombies

Writing Advice: 3 Reasons to Never Give Up, From Bestselling Author Lisa See

Hiring a Freelance Editor: A Step-by-Step Guide

The Business Rusch: The Changing Definition of Publishing

Amazon plans publishing arm to ‘cut out middle man’

Free Book – The Writer’s Idea Book (K)

Festival of books: Publishing in the digital age


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