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I thought we could spend the next two blogs discussing this multi-post article by Rob Eagar from Digital Book World, classifying and discussing the four types of authors in the world: Unsuccessful Authors, Successful Authors, Authors Who Play Dead and Dead Authors. There, that simple. The end.
Traditionally, publishers have always played the role of gatekeeper when it comes to what is presented to readers in the literary world. It’s quite simple: if the publisher reads your work and likes it or sees potential, you get published! Hooray! But what happens in the age of digital and self-publishing?
As a history graduate, I feel very compelled and qualified to tell you – artistic patronage used to be a thing, and it worked!
Can you remember the last time you set foot in a public library? Many people can’t.
Digital publishers are finally cluing in to the fact that they could (and should) be using metadata to better market their digital publications to their audiences.