I’m a big fan of Jane Friedman. Once the publisher at Writer’s Digest, she’s now professor of e-media and writing at the University of Cincinnati (and still a contributing editor at Writer’s Digest). She also speaks at writers’ conferences around the country, where she charms listeners with her straightforwardness and willingness to let anyone in on often closely held publishing practices. I follow her blog.
Here’s a recent interview (12 minutes) she did with Mike Hyatt. Wish there were something smart I could add—but remember, this is Short Saturday. I was interested in what she had to say about nonfiction publishing, particularly since I prefer a printed paper book to an e-book when I’m reading non.
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