Column by Nick Mamatas April 2, 2020
Small presses are doomed to fail because mostly only people with no business sense would ever found one.
Column by Sadie Hartmann March 25, 2020
A baker's dozen of indie publishers changing the landscape of horror fiction for the better.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To help all those aspiring indie authors out there, here’s a list of some of the best tools for navigating the world of publishing.
Column by Gabino Iglesias July 12, 2018
Book reviews still matter, and we need more of them. Here's why.
Column by Christoph Paul
Putting together a literary magazine isn't as hard as it sounds. It's even kind of fun.
Column by Justin Hunter
You've heard of 'The Martian,' right? Read the book, seen the movie? Well, the novel was written by Andy Weir, and you should be more like him.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
In the last three years, I've seen so many indie presses come and go that I've lost count. I asked some experts to help me figure out why.
Interview by Christopher Irvin
An interview with Katie Eelman, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Cutlass Press.
Interview by Christopher Shultz
On running a monthly online lit mag, diversity, and paying the bills.
Column by Cath Murphy May 12, 2016
Do you let Amazon tell you which books to read? If so you are a lazy fucker and this must stop right now.
News by Raine Winters
A great deal for a price you pick.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky June 10, 2015
Tired of boring old bigfoot sex? There's a new king of the indie erotica scene.
Column by Keith Rawson
Is the Big 6 a graveyard of creativity, or hot bed returning to its former glory?
Column by Keith Rawson March 25, 2015
Does Indie publishing need to be defended? Do even the oceans of crap deserve it?
News by Peter Derk
Small publisher Brooklyn Arts Press is trying pay-what-you-want. Will it work?
News by Christopher Shultz
The Moving Pictures arm of indie publishers Two Dollar Radio teases audiences with this upcoming release.
Column by Cameron Pierce September 27, 2013
Thanks to some TV show, Portland is best known for putting a bird on it, but in the Rose City, independent publishers have been putting the hurt to the book world for years.
Interview by Erin Reel
Los Angeles based literary agent, attorney and author Margaret Marr shares what writers need to know when they go indie, the fundamentals of a good agency contract and more.