SF Book Releases This Week: July 22, 2014


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AISFP 201 – Barnes and Noble slides; Amazon Grips Tightly

AISFP - 208: Make it So (Shaun's farewell)

Shaun and Moses discuss a variety of publishing news topics. We recorded this several weeks ago, so we confess that these stories may have been updated since then. Also, Moses answers a question about dictation.

AISFP 166 – Podcaster Panel: J. Daniel Sawyer, John Mierau and Indiana Jim


Just about everyone has opinions on Amazon and the way Amazon is influencing (or controlling) publishing, and the podcasters joining us in this episode are no exception! J. Daniel Sawyer, Indiana Jim and John Mierau pontificate and share a singular message: Authors! Chill out.

AISFP 126 – Robin Sullivan

Legion (99x100)

Robin Sullivan, owner and publisher of Ridan Publishing, discusses the ever changing publishing industry, working with your husband, author Michael Sullivan (interviewed in episode 125), Nathan Lowell, the Write to Publish blog, marketing, ebooks, authors B.V. Larson, David Dalglish, Victorine Lieske, pricing strategy, and so much more.

NEWS – Data Points for Predicting the Future of Publishing


David Farland presents an essay on the future of publishing and what readers and authors might expect.

AISFP 118 – Patrick Rothfuss


Patrick Rothfuss joins us to discuss subversive writing, The Wise Man’s Fear, Dragon Age 2, and living on a desert island, just to name a few topics.

AISFP 110 – Liza Groen Trombi


LOCUS Magazine Editor-in-Chief Liza Groen Trombi joins our Brent Bowen at the World Fantasy Convention to discuss trends in the industry, the health of print short fiction (Realms of Fantasy’s folding. Though, it’s since been purchased and will continue.), and their January 2011 launch into the digital editions