Utility Fog Press entered the self-publishing landscape in 2008 with our first anthology Farspace 1. At that time, the print-on-demand model of self-publishing was still in its infancy. While that is no longer true, self-publishing continues to evolves rapidly in many ways. So, as we enter the 2020s, here is a brief summary of the […]
Writing is deceptively hard on the body and mind. But if we pay attention and listen to the four doctors, we can stay emotionally and physically healthy and productive.
Sometimes you just can’t find that creative inspiration or motivation to move a project forward. Wellness author Francesca Hepton shares some ways of keeping your creativity well full.
A letter of intent was recently signed by hundreds of American publishing professionals that would, in effect, silence one side of the political discussion. Utility Fog Press has a significantly different approach to free speech.
While audiobooks are clearly increasing in popularity, and there are several options on how to approach their production, they are still often more time consuming and costly than print publishing. This can especially true for authors seeking authentic accents or certain degrees of control over the production.
Rachael Hardcastle of Curious Cat Books present the 5 most common mistakes she seen new authors make and how to avoid them.
While big companies own the distribution channels, many authors still find they enjoy greater control over their book printing by using local printers.