Running a Small Press

Got the Monday Morning Blues

November 29th, 2011

I had the Monday morning blues, especially following the need to return to work following a lovely Thanksgiving holiday, so I decided to take some time to see a photography exhibition that I had read about: Daphne — The Subtle Power of a Woman’s Eye at the embassy of Peru in Washington, D.C. Of course, […]

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Marketing 101 for Book Artists, Authors, etc.

February 25th, 2011

On a recent evening, I took the train into the Center for Book Arts in New York City where Peter Cuce, a marketing expert, gave an overview of the various tools that artists and authors can use these days, from free web hosting sites to social media like Facebook and Twitter as well as lesser […]

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Inching Along The Road

February 8th, 2011

Part of running a small press is inching slowly along the road and investigating lots of different things. For instance, we’re now learning about Facebook and Twitter — okay, so we’re latecomers to the social media phenomenon — not to mention doing this blog. It is a surprisingly relaxing endeavor and will be a fun […]