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Publishing Tip of the Day:

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Self-publishing can be broken down into two categories, either you have the aim of making money and entering the 'mainstream' market, or you want to publish for your own sake without regards to making money through the 'small press'. I have included information in both of these areas.

Mainstream Self-Publishing

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Self-Publishing in the Small-Press Market

  • One of the best places to find information on how to start out in the small press is John McCleod's The Small Press Faq.
  • If you need a place to print your comics cheaply, you might want to look here Small Publishers' Co-op.
  • Another area for support is Dimestore Productions Online. This place is described as a 'small press online distribution/news source/gathering place' and is run be small press veteran Ian Shire.
  • For support within the UK Small press scene you might want to check out BugPower.
  • You might want to consider joining a support network such as The United Fanzine Organization which has many old-time small press pros in its membership.
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