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Episode 7: Cathie Crooks: Working with a publisher

Cathie Crooks: Working with a publisher

Do I really need a publisher or can I publish my book myself? This is a common question that authors ask. Cathie Crooks, Sales and Marketing Manager at the University of Alberta Press, tells us why she thinks that working with a professional publisher is the best choice for an author. She also explains how and how much authors, bookstores, publishers and distributors are paid when a book is sold.

Podcasts on Publishing focuses on book publishing, from manuscript to marketing. This series is presented by The Book Publishers Association of Alberta, with funding from The Canada Council for the Arts/Conseil des Arts du Canada and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts. The podcasts are produced and hosted by Jerome Martin of Spotted Cow Press.

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