Publishing: the links round up

E-Book Price-Fixing Trial Date Set for June 2013, an Eternity Away in the E-Book Era

Ray Bradbury and the dime-at-a-time typewriter of ‘Fahrenheit 451’

The only necessary people (ebook authoring)

Crime and Punishment in Pie Chart Form

A Haunting and Beautiful Kafka Animated Film:

Handling money comics for kids,

Spider-Man and Likeness RightsPublishers! What Are They Good For? Part Deux: The Debate

What It Means to Be a Start-up: Is It a Model Publishers Should Embrace?

The Post-Apocalyptic Publishing Platform

“How can you know you’re not the publisher? There are a few hints:
You’ve assumed no risk. Real publishers of all types shelter authors from risk.
You have no legal exposure. Real publishers assume legal exposure of one type or another.
You have no authors or contributors, and write whenever you want. Real publishers have to keep the content coming or perish.
You can’t fail financially because you don’t publish well. Real publishers can fail if their publishing initiatives fail.”
We’re All Publishers Now? Not So Fast

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