You want to both independently and traditionally publish your books for reasons such as wanting:
- partial control over your work
- the status traditional publishing brings and
- to feel like you are accomplishing publication whilst waiting for traditional representation.
In this third episode of the HYBRID Author podcast, host Joanne Morrell, children’s and young adult fiction writer and author of short nonfiction for authors, interviews Teena Raffa-Mulligan.
Teena has had a lengthy career as a professional writer, editor and journalist and is the author of 32 books for women and children. She independently publishes through her own imprint: Sea Song Publications, as well as publishing her stories through various traditional small presses.