Not Our Manifesto, But a Pretty Good One

I never considered myself as having come from radical roots, so when I embarked upon the great adventure that has been (and still is) the publication of Immaculate Deception, I looked on it as a pretty radical thing. Here I was, circumventing a lot of the conventional wisdom of the modern publishing industry with little more than a firm belief in myself and my partners in Codorus Press going for me.

Here’s a piece from someone who does have radical roots and who eloquently writes on how we independent publishers and publishing groups are blazing a new trail for not just ourselves, but the readers who no longer have to depend on what the big publishers want to feed them and can instead seek out and discover things they like all on their own. Check it out here.

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