Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions
5 Indie Titles that push the boundaries of YA fiction
We all have our own idea of what constitutes horror. Some of us get freaked out by a classic Stephen King novel, for others it's the goings on currently being covered by FOX and CNN.
While fanfiction and fan art are all over the internet today, in the 20th century such work would often be published in zines and pamphlets—and the subculture is still alive today.
A unique look inside one of Banksy’s most ambitious art installations, two completely different memoirs, a brilliantly illustrated picture book of Darwin’s "On The Origin Of Species" and more.
Awesome Trailers Turn Indie Titles into Coming Attractions (First in a regular feature)
September is National Hispanic Heritage Month and we at IR thought we'd celebrate by sharing some of our favorite titles by self-pubbed (or previously self-pubbed), Hispanic authors.
An indie author's strongest suit is that, no longer needing the "permission" of cultural gate-keepers to get their work in the hands of readers, they are able to write stories that have been overwhelmingly absent in traditionally published titles, speaking in a voice all their own.
This month we’ve got a new haul of crowdfunded titles, including an illustrated book of scary stories and an even more horrifying alphabet book featuring none other than "F is for Fear-Mongering" Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
Whether you’re a regular user or just pot-curious, have a look at a few of the weed-themed books that have sprung up in the past few years.
Check out this handful of funny, smart and innovative indie comics, available via social media, to see what the medium is all about.
Handcrafted. Crowd funded. Small-batch. Self-published.
It's an established fact that traditional publishing is a mostly white man's world. Self publishing--free from the inherent gatekeeping of agents and publishers--gives otherwise marginalized voices the opportunity to be heard, and read.
This month we’ve got a new haul of favorite crowdfunded titles, featuring a tadpole, a rescue dog. a prolific cartoonist and more.
We've interviewed dozens of writers who started out indie only to sign with a traditional publisher. But this is the story of an author who, after slogging through the work required to create his own book, decided that it might be interesting to start a publishing company of his own.
Despite thousands of bestsellers, numerous titles that have picked up prestigious lit awards and the many works grabbed up at great cost by traditional publishers, self-publishing still--in the immortal words of Rodney Dangerfield--can't get no respect.
Handcrafted. Small-batch. Self-published.