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.
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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.”
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When I started working in book publishing back in the early 1990s, there weren’t nearly as many craft books published as there are today. I remember looking for them at my local bookstore, Shakespeare & Company, on the Upper West Side in New York City. If my memory serves me correctly, there were just […]