Online Event by John Edward Lawson

Pay to Play: Ethics and Expenditures in Publishing

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Money Flows to the Author: True or False?

What types of publishing operations exist, what can you get from them, and how can they hurt you? Join me this Friday for a deep dive into trade publishers, university presses, vanity presses, and "hybrid publishers." I'll discuss:

  • What the differences are
  • What my personal experience is with them
  • How to define what your publishing goals are
  • What your chance of success is with these presses

The free download from our previous webinar, 25 Red Flags to Watch For in the Publishing Industry, is available at

The Red Flags: What to Watch Out For in the Publishing Industry webinar is archived on Facebook at

Presented by John Edward Lawson, founder of the Ethical Publishing Community.

"Just because the publishing business model is a holdover from the 1800s doesn't mean those of us in the industry have to abandon contemporary ethics. I lend my decades of experience as an award-winning publisher to others who want to establish longterm careers in publishing the right way." 
—John Edward Lawson

Expect another free downloadable resource guide in addition to the presentation, audience Q&A, and chances to network with others interested in how to avoid unethical situations in publishing. While tickets for this presentation are free you will need to set up an account with Hopin in order to join the event. Attendance is limited to 100, so secure your access now!

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