June 15 deadline approaching for $4,000 Narrative Prize

June 15 deadline approaching for $4,000 Narrative Prize

The $4,000 Narrative Prize is awarded annually for the best short story, novel excerpt, poem, or work of literary nonfiction published by a new or emerging writer in Narrative. The deadline for entries for each year’s award is June 15. The winner is announced each September, and the prize is awarded in October. Notices of […]

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THE FEEDBACK IS THE FILTER: WHO WILL DISTINGUISH QUALITY IN AN INDIE PUBLISHING FUTURE?

An excerpt from Beyond the Literary-Industrial Complex: How Authors and Publishers Are Using the Amazon Kindle and Other New Technologies to Unleash an Indie Movement of Readers and Writers By Stephen Windwalker Copyright 2008, 2009, Stephen Windwalker and Harvard Perspectives Press. Now that we have seen how technological advances such as the Kindle, CreateSpace, and […]

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A must-read piece on independent publishing

A must-read piece on independent publishing

About ten years ago Michael Pastore wrote this thoughtful, detailed piece which was published widely around the country under the title, Publish Your Book Yourself: Some Simple and Sensible Advice. He has published it again over at ePublishers Weekly and, although there are some obvious things that have changed, it remains well worth reading.As for […]

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Kindle Nation Archives: May 2009

Kindle Nation – The Free Weekly eMail Newsletter – I:15, 5.12.2009 Click Here To Make A Secure, Easy Donation To Kindle Nation – Launch-Day Pre-Orders Indicate Kindle DX Success – Amazon Streamlines the Kindle-for-iPhone Experience – Kindle Nation to Amazon: Allow a Hassle-Free Return Credit for Kindle 2 Owners – Great Deals on Books and […]

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How to Make a Donation to Kindle Nation

How to Make a Donation to Kindle Nation

Thanks to several Kindle Nation subscribers including John from Minnesota for asking if it is possible to make a donation to help keep Kindle Nation and A Kindle Home Page as free, useful resources for readers. Although it is true that Amazon recently dropped its “Amazon Associates” link payments for Kindle books, an occasional donation […]

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