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Small Presses: to Crowdfund or Not to Crowdfund?

Earlier this month the Toronto-based publisher Chizine Publications released an unthemed, original horror anthology titled Fearful Symmetries. The anthology was crowdfunded, despite Chizine being a traditional publisher. I remember enthusiastically plugging the Kickstarter campaign to a friend – the anthology … Continue reading

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Hybrid Authors: the Devils You Know

Every now and again I run across posts like this. Typically, they prescribe self-publishing through crowdfunding as the logical approach because “what have you got to lose”? The only caveat is that the author needs to play the role of … Continue reading

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Norilana Goes Boom: a Small Press and an Indiegogo Campaign

In a previous post I discussed some of the advantages that crowdfunding platforms can provide to small or niche publishers. Now, some of my favourite books were published by small presses, and they’re usually the ones that most readers would … Continue reading

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