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One of the events you don't to miss this year is The Indie Author Fringe on March 18, starting 10 am GMT. This  first online conference that ALLI schedules for 2017 includes videos, podcasts, and articles from an exciting line-up of self-publishing

The Dublin Book Festival begins on a sunny November Thursday with an opening event that celebrates the diversity, progress, and creativity within the Irish literary landscape in recent years. Taking cues from the essays in Beyond the Centre (New Island), an anthology commissioned

The Arthur C. Clarke Award is now open to self-published titles. Beyond the announcement though, what are the practicalities? How will the judges cope with the potential extra titles when submissions in recent years have already increased from around 50 books

For many of us, 2016 is the year of the indie author. According to one Author Earnings Report, last year in the USA readers spent 600 million dollars on self-published books. This fast growing market isn't just about opportunities but

SO YOU’RE an indie writer. What’s wrong with that? So you don’t have an agent? What’s wrong with that? So you don’t have a big-time New York publisher. What’s wrong with that? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. However, it seems that so many writers, through conversations or blogs, want to apologize

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