Category Archives: Getting Published

Getting published can be a mysterious if not confusing process. Let our expert guests take the guesswork out of getting published in this informative and ongoing series of shows!

Manish Seghal – The Seven Fundamentals of Digital Publishing

On October 4th, 2012 Irene Watson and Victor R. Volkman spoke with digital publishing entrepreneur and applications guru Manish Seghal about key factors for success in the digital publishing marketplace. Manish is the Founder and CEO of Nov8rix, a New York … Continue reading

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Yvonne Rose – Writing and Publishing African American Books

On April 6th 2012, Tyler R. Tichelaar and Victor R. Volkman spoke with Yvonne Rose, Associate Publisher and Senior Editor at Amber Communications Group, Inc.  Ms. Rose began her stint at Amber Books in 1998 as the co-author of the … Continue reading

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Mark Long – Getting Published by a University Press

On August 4th, Irene Watson and Tyler R. Tichelaar spoke with university press publisher Mark Long. He has a BA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MA from the University of North Texas, both in English. In … Continue reading

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Katharine Sands – Making the Perfect Pitch: How to Catch a Literary Agent’s Eye

On May 20th, 2010 Tyler R. Tichelaar and Victor R. Volkman spoke with Manhattan literary agent Katharine Sands of the Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency. She helped educate us on the basics of good “pitchcraft”, including What is pitching? Why … Continue reading

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Donna Kakonge – How to Turn Your Writing Career into Journalism

On November 5th, 2009 Tyler R. Tichelaar and Victor R. Volkman spoke with Toronto-based educator and print, radio, and TV journalist Donna Kakonge about how any writer can successfully refocus their work into the freelance journalism marketplace. She believes that you … Continue reading

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