Monthly Archives: July, 2012

Small Press Pick: The Karaoke Singer’s Guide to Self Defense

Before getting into a review of the book itself, I have to comment on its design. The Karaoke Singer’s Guide to Self Defense looks, on the surface, like the kind of book you’d find left in a rental home — something published in the early eighties and left behind at the shore or by a …

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Finding the Right Small Press

Last month, I wrote about the pros and cons of publishing with a small press. If you’ve given the matter some thought and decided that publishing with a small press might be right for you, the next logical question might be how to go about finding a small press that will be interested in publishing …

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