Posts Tagged: self-publishing

Self-publishing: bringing a book back into the light

Anthony Haynes writes: Last Friday we published an invited post from Lorna Fergusson about her novel, The Chase. The focus of that post was the novel itself. Here we publish (again by invitation) a fuller post, focused on the self-publishing

Self-publishing: bringing a book back into the light

Anthony Haynes writes: Last Friday we published an invited post from Lorna Fergusson about her novel, The Chase. The focus of that post was the novel itself. Here we publish (again by invitation) a fuller post, focused on the self-publishing

Gillian McClure: writing, illustrating, publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At the National Association’s of Writers in Education’s annual conference, I co-presented a session on self-publishing. My fellow presenter was another Cambridgeshire author and publisher, Gillian McClure. I invited Gillian to write a guest post for us

Gillian McClure: writing, illustrating, publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At the National Association’s of Writers in Education’s annual conference, I co-presented a session on self-publishing. My fellow presenter was another Cambridgeshire author and publisher, Gillian McClure. I invited Gillian to write a guest post for us

Introduction to self-publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At last weekend’s conference of the National Association of Writers in Education, I presented an introductory session on self-publishing. It consider such questions as: why self-publish? why not self-publish? what should self-publishers do? what should they not

Introduction to self-publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At last weekend’s conference of the National Association of Writers in Education, I presented an introductory session on self-publishing. It consider such questions as: why self-publish? why not self-publish? what should self-publishers do? what should they not

Self-publishing: why (not) and how?

Creative Writing Studies’ Creative Director, Anthony Haynes, will be presenting a workshop entitled ‘Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how?’ on Saturday 10 November at the NAWE annual conference in York, UK. The session will cover: the pros and cons

Self-publishing: why (not) and how?

Creative Writing Studies’ Creative Director, Anthony Haynes, will be presenting a workshop entitled ‘Self-publishing: why (or why not) and how?’ on Saturday 10 November at the NAWE annual conference in York, UK. The session will cover: the pros and cons

Review of Scriffon: publishing tool for writers

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of visiting Sam Kelly at Edinburgh Napier University to discuss their (to my mind, highly impressive) masters course in creative writing. Sam, as an erstwhile literary agent, was

Review of Scriffon: publishing tool for writers

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of visiting Sam Kelly at Edinburgh Napier University to discuss their (to my mind, highly impressive) masters course in creative writing. Sam, as an erstwhile literary agent, was