26 Questions on Writing & Publishing: My Answers on Reddit

Reddit AMA

Last Friday, I had the honor of spending a day with the Reddit writing community, where I participated in an AMA (Ask Me Anything). I answered such questions as:

  • Is self-epublishing being overblown?
  • Where can you find freelance editing and copyediting jobs?
  • What are some good conferences to meet agents in person?
  • How has agenting changed in the last decade?
  • Which publishers are responding in innovative ways to the digital revolution?
  • What are my favorite resources for authors?

And much, much more. Click here to read the complete Q&A. You don’t have to be a Reddit community member to read.


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Jane Friedman (@JaneFriedman) has more than 15 years of experience in the book and magazine publishing industry, with expertise in digital media and the future of authorship. She speaks around the world at events such as BookExpo America, Frankfurt Book Fair, and Digital Book World, and has keynoted writing conferences such as The Muse & The Marketplace. She currently teaches digital media and publishing at the University of Virginia. Find out more.
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  2. Excellent interview, Jane! I feel like we should be asking you things like why the sun appears yellow when it’s actually white. ;) Is there anything you don’t know? Definitely sharing that one with my critique groups.

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