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Publishers

As an independent publishing house, we support anyone who wants to dive into the wonderful world of publishing. However, it can be a daunting prospect for those who are new to the industry so we have put together the following resources to help. They have been hunted down over many years and suggestions have come from a wide variety of sources including the UK Publishers Association, collective licensing and rights management bodies, our own experience starting up, other wonderful small publishing houses both in the UK and abroad, our editorial team, suggestions from successful self published authors and our friends in larger publishing houses (some of whom work in the 'big six').

More resources will be added to this page as we inspect and endorse them. If you have any resource pages that you would like us to consider for this list, please contact us and let us know.

 

BEING PROFESSIONAL - If you are serious about becoming a publisher, find the professional bodies in your part of world

If you are in the UK, you need to join the PLS (The Publishers Licensing Society) who deal with collective rights management on behalf of publishers - and no, you can't go it alone on this one

Check out your trade bodies and professional associations. Even if membership is not appropriate for you, you can benefit from the expertise shared on the websites. This link is the the UK Publishers' Association

If you are going into academic publishing in the UK, the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers is the association for you

If you intend to focus mainly on magazines, check out the Professional Publishers' Association

 

LEARN FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN THERE - You are in the words and information business, so go and read the words written by those who have already undertaken this journey

Harold Underdown has worked in traditional publishing for years, he has some interesting revelations about the industry and where you might want to focus

 

WHERE DOES SELF PUBLISHING AND INDIE PUBLISHING FIT?

Author Geoff Livingstone explains the difference between self publishing and indie publishing, highlighting some important points

 

We hope you have found these resources useful and we wish you every success in your publishing adventure.

 

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