GRNW 2015 Podcast: Traditional or Self-Publishing? Which Route to Choose?

The Gay Romance Northwest Meet-Up, the LGBTQ Romance Fiction Conference of the Pacific Northwest, held it’s third annual conference on September 26, 2015 at the Seattle Public Library.

We are sharing podcasts from several of this year’s panels, including:

Traditional or Self-Publishing? Which Route to Choose?

Self-publishing is the latest gold rush but is everything that shines gold? Especially, within the narrower market of LGBTQ romance it’s vital for authors to make the right choices when publishing their work. This panel will discuss the pros and cons of various modes of publishing.

Moderator

Susan Lee (Blogger, Boys in Our Books)

Panelists

  • Lou Harper (Author: Spirit Sanguine, Dead in L.A.)
  • Nicole Kimberling (Editor-in-Chief, Blind Eye Books, and author, Turnskin, Primal Red)
  • Sandy Lowe (Senior Editor, Bold Strokes Books)
  • Jordan Castillo Price (Owner, JCP Books and author, Among the Living, The Persistence of Memory)
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(Left to Right) Moderator Susan lee and Panelists Lou Harper, Nicole Kimberling, Sandy Lowe and Jordan Castillo Price

Listen to more podcasts from GRNW 2015

GRNW 2015 Keynote “Read with Pride”

Celebrating and Elevating Underrepresented Characters in Queer Romance

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