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Gutenberg 2.0

Posted: March 25, 2013 at 12:47 am   /   The 401

By Mike Calvert Ten years ago, the aspiring writer’s dream was simple. Spend two years of your life in hibernation writing a 300-hundred page novel, scrounge up a few dollars from the few friends who still knew you existed, print and mail copies of your manuscript to publishers across North America, and then pray. Pray that out […]

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Gutenberg 2.0 (Part Two)

Posted: March 25, 2013 at 12:43 am   /   Featured

For writers reluctant to sell their autographed first edition of Tolkien’s Smith of Wootton Major to finance their authorial endeavours, a new form of self-publishing has emerged over the last five years. E-publishing is an immensely growing business model, and a big cause of consternation within the industry. But it is also the cause of much delight. Hille calls this […]

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