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Weekly industry insights, PR best practices, and interviews with industry pros.

Preparing for a Media Interview

It’s easy to spend so much time focusing on how to land media coverage that how to handle the interview itself is not given much consideration. That is a mistake. You don’t want to squander an opportunity after working so hard to secure it. The following is a... read more

An Interview with Erik Hane of Red Sofa Literary

Erik Hane is an associate literary agent at Red Sofa Literary, and is a co-host of Print Run, a publishing podcast. He has previously worked on the editorial staffs at The Overlook Press and Oxford University Press. He also works as a freelance writer and editor. Erik... read more

Self-Published Books & Consignment Deals

How does a burgeoning author get his or her latest book out there for public consumption? Having copies available for sale online is one thing, but physical presence in bookstores has a number of crucial benefits: in-store stock establishes legitimacy, ups the chances... read more

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