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Writing and Publishing FAQs Answered

What are the steps to getting published? If you’re self-publishing, you need to hire an editor (or get someone to edit the book for you). Other service providers you’ll need to source include cover art, graphic design and layout, printing, … Continue reading

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Book Publishing Q & A

I responded, last year, to some questions submitted via email by someone doing research for an MA programme. This questioner found me when I had the time (or made the time). That may not always be the case. I thought … Continue reading

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CREATIVE SPACE #10 OF 2020 – INSIDE PUBLISHING WITH THREE CARIBBEAN WRITERS

This began as a Q & A series on publishing with three female Caribbean authors (Jamaica’s Diana McCaulay, Barbados’ Shakirah Bourne, and Trinidad and Tobago’s Lisa Allen-Agostini) right here on Wadadli Pen. That begins here. On request, I decided to … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights – Extras

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of being a finalist for the Burt Award … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 5/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 4/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 3/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 2/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 1.2/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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Caribbean Writers Discuss Publishing – Lessons, Breakthroughs, and Rights 1/5

Recently, I (Joanne C. Hillhouse of Antigua and Barbuda) reached out to three female Caribbean writers (Diana McCaulay of Jamaica, Lisa Allen-Agostini of Trinidad and Tobago, and Shakirah Bourne of Barbados) with whom I have in common the distinction of … Continue reading

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