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From the Archives: The Politics of Poetry

Vol. 21 - Issue 3

Poets Stand Up in Protest Across the Nation


From the I.P. Archives (Sept 2003): 15 Years from Frontier to Frontier -- Epicenter Press Publishes Alaskan-Style

Vol. 21 - Issue 9

(Editor's note: We're posting this article because Epicenter Press is in the headlines for publishing a book about a certain Alaskan citizen...)


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 6

This Month: Is Print-on-Demand really a game changer?


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 5

This Month: Has the eBook Agency Model Harmed Sales?


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 7

This Month: The Worrisome Nature of Spam in the Kindle Store


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 8

This Month: Is the Vook the future of reading?


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 9

Is Booktrack’s idea of putting soundtracks on novels a good one?


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 29 - Issue 10

BiblioCrunch makes eBooks easy for independent publishers


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 1

Apple and Educational Publishing


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 1

Penguin Group and the latest digital distribution silliness


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 2

An Inside Look at the Print Book of the Future


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 8

How I Became a Kindle Addict


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 10

How reKiosk.com is Revolutionizing the Do-It-Yourself Model


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 11

An Expert’s Guide to Social Media


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 30 - Issue 12

New app helps authors envision their book’s completion


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 1

The Future of Internet Freedom


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 2

eLearning Movement Gets Its Next Big Player


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 3

Partnership between two industry players spells big news for eBook world


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 4

New book gives writers a comprehensive guide to creating a book app


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 5

Can blogs and social media feeds aimed at quick laughs translate to successful books?


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 6

New editing tool helps writers save on publishing costs


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 7

KiteReaders Takes the Lead in Children’s Ebooks


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 8

Independent Author Plans 50-Volume Series with Stories Set in Each State


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 9

New Software Update Allows for End-to-End Publishing and Enhanced eBook Support, All from Your Desktop


From the Tech Desk

Vol. 31 - Issue 10

New Publishing Software Puts Authors at the Forefront of Book Marketing


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