6 Unorthodox Fundraisers For Your Self-Publishing Venture

Column by Peter Derk
Kick Kickstarter to the curb. Raise money and have fun doing it.

5 of the Weirdest Themed Anthologies To Ever Get Published

Column by Max Booth III November 30, 2016
You haven't lived until you've read an anthology about potatoes.

Wrestletown, Publishing, and Doing It By Myself

Column by Christopher Irvin July 20, 2016
Wrestletown? Crowdfunding? Inkshares? Let's kick this pig!

How I More Than Doubled My Patreon Support in Less Than 30 Days

Column by Michael David Wilson July 14, 2016
A detailed summation of how the This Is Horror Podcast Patreon increased from $195 to $638 in under 30 days.

Crowdfunding for Writers: 10 Tips for Running a Successful Patreon Campaign

Column by Susan DeFreitas April 26, 2016
Wondering which platform is the best fit for your writing? The new kid on the crowdfunding block may be your new best friend.
You Can Find Me In The Tub: Waterproof Books

You Can Find Me In The Tub: Waterproof Books

News by Peter Derk
New project creates waterproof versions of classics.
7-Year-Old Writes Comic to Help Others Fight Insecurities

7-Year-Old Writes Comic to Help Others Fight Insecurities

News by Raine Winters
This just goes to show you can be an author at any age!
Readership: The Unknown Seas Of A New Self-Publishing Platform

Readership: The Unknown Seas Of A New Self-Publishing Platform

News by Peter Derk February 4, 2015
Readership: The punny platform where donations follow "likes."

Exploring the Digital Wilds: Expanding Our Approach to Novels

Column by Robbie Blair December 27, 2013
The new frontiers of the digital world are changing the way we think about stories. This article dives into some of the new storytelling formats of the internet era.
Washington, D.C. to get Museum of Science Fiction

Washington, D.C. to get Museum of Science Fiction

News by Dean Fetzer
A team of science fiction fanatics have plans for a new museum in downtown D.C. in 2017, with a “preview” museum opening in 2015.

Pubslush: A New Take On Crowdfunding For Authors

Column by Rob Hart December 18, 2012
Writers are turning to crowdfunding sites in droves to finance publishing projects. It was only a matter of time before someone built a site just for them. Welcome to Pubslush.