Self publishing. It’s a slippery slope. Technology has made it possible for us to do whatever we want at a price we can afford. But where is the line between book, journal, catalogue, and diary—or does there even need to be one? It’s hard to know, it’s hard to say. A publisher’s imprint connotes a certain status, a rarified group of select individuals who can formally call themselves authors. But the open secret of the industry is that many books are subsidized.
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