Posted by: anitanolan | May 26, 2012

At Nebula Awards, Chatter Centered on Self-Publishing

From Publishers Weekly:

Self-publishing was a hot topic at the 2012 Nebula Awards weekend, which took place May 17–20 in Arlington, Va. The event is put on by, and for, members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA); to qualify for full membership an author must have sold work to qualifying markets, such as established publishers and magazines. This firm grounding in traditional publishing hasn’t stopped SFWA’s members from exploring all aspects of publishing and promoting their own work, a focus reflected in program items on designing e-books, creating websites, and exploiting audio rights.

Read the rest here.


  1. Hi!

    I am the Books editor at Before It’s News ( Our site is a rapidly growing people-powered news platform currently serving over 3 million visits a month. We like to call ourselves the “YouTube of news.”

    We would like to republish your blog’s RSS Feed in our new Books section. Every post would have a description of your site and a link back to it. Our visitors would love to read your content and find out more about you!

    You could also publish excerpts of your books if you’d like :), along with links back to pages where they are for sale.

    It’s a great opportunity to spread the word about your work and reach new readers. We don’t censor or edit work.

    We will be featuring and promoting content and book excerpts across the web.

    Finally, if you want to receive a weekly email of the top 5 posts of our Books section, let me know.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!


    Sebastian Clouth
    Books Editor, Before It’s News—

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