Once you’ve assembled the poems or short prose you want to have in your self-published collection, the next step is to review the acknowledgments info you should also include. Any works in your collection that have been previously published in literary journals should...
How To Share Excerpts And Teasers From Your Self-Published Book To Boost Sales | Self-Publishing Relief
Finally, after all the blood, sweat, and tears that go into writing, editing, and publishing a book, your self-published book is available for purchase! So now you can sit back and relax, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, books don’t sell themselves. And as a...
For the most part, unless you’re already famous, the traditional publishing houses aren’t interested in poetry collections. As a result, many poets who want to get their collections out into the world are choosing to self-publish. But where do you begin?...
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