Publishers Weekly: Best of Both Worlds

The line between traditional and self-publishing is blurring, and this is good news for authors willing to seize a new opportunity. That is one of the major themes of this year’s uPublishU at BookExpo America, the indie publishing show held at New York City’s Javits Center on Saturday, May 30.

Given the success of last year’s structure, this year’s show will follow the same mulitrack approach. It offers a schedule of workshops for three distinct self-publishing audiences: newbies publishing their first book, those focused on marketing and attracting readers, and more experienced authors working on their third or fourth (or 15th) book. To continue reading the article, please visit Publishers Weekly:


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