Publications tagged `PUBLISHING`
Name Followers
The Writing Cooperative A global community of people helping each other write better. 239,826
Curiosity Never Killed the Writer Collecting words, phrases, pops of poetry, and all things about writing. Refer to our guidelines for submitting. 71,069
Monday Note Media, Tech, Business Models viewed from Palo Alto and Paris 22,920
Writers Guild Hone your craft. Share your story. 5,612
The Correspondent The Correspondent is a movement for radically different news. Founded in Amsterdam, now bringing our ad-free, member-funded, collaborative journalism to the English language. 3,969
LikeCoin — Decentralized Publishing Infrastructure LikeCoin is an infrastructure for Decentralized Publishing, providing tools for decentralized archive, rewards, curation and governance. At the core of the infrastructure is LikeCoin chain, a public blockchain tailor made for content, built with Cosmos SDK. 2,531
The Caffeinated Writer Notes on novel writing, publishing, and the writing life from New York Times bestselling novelist Michelle Richmond. Write your novel in my Fiction Master Class: 1,613
The Ninja Writers Pub A good story, well told, can change the world. Ninja Writers are changing the world. 1,545
Center for Cooperative Media An initiative of the School of Communication at Montclair State University 782
Coffee House Writers We are a team of dedicated writers who want to share our work with the world. 628
Electronic Sound The electronic music magazine, find us at 613
Simplecast Say hello to the modern podcast hosting and analytics platform. For over 6 years Simplecast has remained the easiest way for podcasters to publish audio to the world . 547
What's New in Publishing A single destination for independent publishing businesses looking for news, advice and education 497
Publishing Well A publication for all things publishing, writing, and reading: news, resources, information, reviews, and creative writing. 490
Page Count Explorations into the writer’s livelihood. We’re taking the red pen to the idea that art and money have nothing to do with each other. 421