It May Not Be Winter, But There’s Still Slush

by thiszine

Slush piles are those sad, sad places where unsolicited manuscripts sent to publishing houses go to die. In a recent post at Sargastic Irrelevance, the implications of virtual slush piles are discussed as writers now have more options to publish their own books, a task that requires significant talent with self-marketing. Self-publication is one way to see one’s book in print but without the financial back-up from a publishing house and the aid and knowledge of a publicist, getting published might be easier but getting read might not.


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