When making decisions about the best outlets for your creative work, it’s wise to consider many options. One of those is working with traditional publishers of craft magazines and books.
F+W has grown from a family-owned magazine publisher to an international force in the craft market. Here’s a history of the company, and how they did it.
The board of the American Quilter’s Society made a decision last week to close the company’s book publishing division. In a letter to authors from AQS co-founder and president Meredith Schroeder stated, “It is with a great deal of regret that I am notifying you that the American Quilter’s Society will no longer be publishing new books…I am sorry to see it come to this, but I know you are aware of all the changes in technology in the publishing industry.”
Writing and self-publishing your own craft book might seem daunting at first, but it’s a lot easier than you think. Here’s a list to get you started!
How to read craft book contracts and what you should consider when negotiating, by expert Kate McKean, a literary agent with 12 years of experience.
No matter how much craft books rely on great projects and gorgeous images, the success of any book also relies on good writing.
Here’s the big list of Craft Magazine Submission Information! This can be a great way to share your creative work and grow your audience.
How can you conquer instructional writing and built trust with your customers? Here are a few professional tips to get you started down the path of success!
Publishing houses are constantly evolving. They’re looking at trends and always in search of the next great idea. Here’s what each house has published.
The blog tour has become a wearisome prospect, for bloggers and readers alike. Read what some authors and publishers are doing to promote their books now!
I’ve authored five total craft books, and I’ve probably edited more than a hundred. And, as it turns out I’m pretty sure I’d like to write more!