All posts by Tim Inman

Q&A with Jim Hinks

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Jim Hinks is Digital Editor at Comma Press, a not-for-profit publishing initiative dedicated to promoting new writing, with an emphasis on the short story. He is also creator of MacGuffin, a new self-publishing platform, launched in June 2015, that allows readers and writers to connect with texts, and each other, in innovative ways.

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The Future is Freelance

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First published on Digital Book World’s site on August 3rd, 2015, our co-founder John Bond, in response to an article entitled ‘Don’t Outsource Your Publishing Business Away’, written by Emma Barnes days before, reflects on the shifting climate of the publishing industry, arguing ‘The Future is Freelance’.

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The Good Gone Girl on the Train: Ageless?

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In a BBC poll this week, Citizen Kane was voted the greatest ever American film. Again. What is perhaps more interesting is how few recent films there were featuring on the list (the most contemporary being Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave ). This could, of course, be because it takes time and perspective for a piece of work to be deemed worthy of such critical acknowledgement. Or it could be that the studios, responsible, lest we forget, for Casablanca and The Godfather, for Singing in the Rain and 2001: A Space Odyssey just don’t want to make those kinds of films any more. I wonder if it is possible to draw analogies with book publishing.

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Q&A with Andrew Crofts

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Andrew Crofts is a ghostwriter and author who has published more than eighty books, a dozen of which were Sunday Times number one bestsellers. He has also guided a number of international clients successfully through the minefield of independent publishing.

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Q&A with Juliet Mushens

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Juliet Mushens is an Agent in the UK Literary Division of The Agency Group. Juliet began her publishing career in 2008 at HarperCollins, after reading history at Cambridge, and became an agent in 2011. Juliet represents a bestselling list of fiction and non-fiction writers including international bestseller ‘The Miniaturist’ by Jessie Burton, Sunday Times bestselling crime writer James Oswald, and hugely successful brand ‘Very British Problems’.

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