Publishing Perspectives, Shelf Awareness, and Ellen Trachtenberg: The Good Things in Life

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Publishing Perspectives

Yesterday, on Facebook, I was talking about how much I love Shelf Awareness—the rightness of tone, the clean-ness of look, the clarity of opinion, the depth of coverage.  It's a very fine publication.  We readers are lucky it's out there.  If you don't already subscribe, please subscribe.  It's free, and it's a happiness feeling.

Today, I'm singing the praises of Publishing Perspectives, the brainchild of one Edward Nawotka. This internationally focused bastion of up-to-the-minute publishing news is really quite fascinating and feels (is there another way to say this?) delightfully new.

Today, for example, Publishing Perspectives has stories with titles ranging from "The Power of Innovation in Publishing" to "What Role Does Social Networking Have in Scholarly Publishing?" to "Building Online Communities for Teen Readers."  The voices of agents, publishers, editors, and technocrats can all be found here, and (again) the slant is decidedly global.

My thanks to the entirely fantastic Ellen Trachtenberg of Braintree PR for pointing me toward this magazine.  Sometimes you just make the right decisions in your life, and having Ellen along on this publishing journey has most assuredly been a right one.

1 comments:

Lilian Nattel said...

Great links--I just wish I had more time.

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