Monthly Archives: May 2011

The road to success in publishing starts with a great team

May 16, 2011

During the first half of the twentieth century the famous publishing house, Charles Scribner’s Sons, published the works of such authors as Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Thomas Wolfe, among others. During that time Scribner’s had a secret weapon, the legendary editor Maxwell Perkins who was capable of getting the best out of the […]

Welcome to the Principia Community

May 19, 2011

As many of you know, my first book, The Non-Religious Christian, has been ready for print for some time. As we examined contractual offers from publishers, it became abundantly clear to Irene and me that avenues for emerging authors are severely limited. The standard publishing contract involves signing away all rights as well as a significant […]

You’ve written a book – Now what?

May 2, 2011

Just the very fact that you’ve written a manuscript is worthy of celebration. After all, putting your thoughts together in long form is quite an accomplishment in itself. Now come the questions. Do you intend on having your work published? If so, how and in what form? Will it be a bound book, an electronic […]