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June 25, 2007


Nathan Gilliatt

It depends on what you want to accomplish. Online removes manufacturing and inventory issues, but a lot of people will expect it to be free and ignore it if it's not. Selling it to a publisher has the most prestige (plus the ego boost of seeing your name on the shelf at Barnes & Noble). Self-publishing has better margins but leaves you with all the work.

An editor friend recommended that I consider publishing through Lulu (sort of an on-demand variation on the old subsidy press business). That's worth a look.

Heather Hartmann

Jim - give me a shout. I might have some ideas for you.


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