Publishing Talk Magazine

Insider advice from bestselling authors and industry experts

Publishing Talk Magazine is packed with information to help you write, publish and sell your books. It is the essential resource you need to stay ahead in today’s publishing world.

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Publishing Talk Magazine issue 6 - Children's PublishingOur current issue has a science fiction and fantasy theme, including contributions from Liesel Schwarz, Ben Galley, Matthew de Abaitua, Alastair Horne and Anna Lewis.

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Current Issue

Issue #05
Science Fiction

Publishing Talk Magazine issue 05

Science fiction and fantasy authors share their tips in issue 5.
 

Authors and experts Liesel Schwarz, Ben Galley, Matthew de Abaitua, Keith Mansfield, Alastair Horne, Anna Lewis, Nelle Andrew, Tom Evans and Suzanne Collier offer their insider advice in this issue. find out more…
Length: 24pp / 15,000 words



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Back Issues

Issue #04
Romantic Fiction

Publishing Talk Magazine issue 04

Want to know how to blog your way to a bestseller, write sex scenes, pick your way through an agency agreement or what qualities you need to be an indie author? 

Adele Parks, Danuta Kean, Nick Spalding, Talli Roland, Liz Fenwick, Mitzi Szereto and Orna Ross are among our glittering line-up of bestselling authors and industry experts offering their insider advice in this issue. more…
Length: 28pp / 16,000 words



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Issue #01
Crime Fiction

Publishing Talk Magazine #01

Issue #02
Travel Writing

Publishing Talk Magazine #02

Issue #03
NaNoWriMo

Publishing Talk Magazine #03

Including interviews with Val McDermid and Kerry Wilkinson, advice on finding an agent, and how to tweet your blog. more…
Length: 20pp / 11,000 words
Including an interview with Carol Drinkwater, building an author brand, and getting started with WordPress. more…
Length: 24pp / 15,000 words
Including Elizabeth Haynes and Julia Crouch, Alison Baverstock on self-publishing and a 30-Day Writing Bootcamp. more…
Length: 24pp / 14,000 words
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4 Responses to Publishing Talk Magazine

  1. Dennis Hamilton says:

    I’ve been writing for 37 years and have always published in print. My son and wife dragged me kicking and screaming into e-publishing, and thank God they did. I’ve been looking for a magazine such as Publishing Talk to figure out how to market my first novel, “Pageant of Savages.” Thank you so much for showing me into the future.

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