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Re: The Wind in His Heart

Ah cool. Thanks! I didn't think that Triskell was self-publishing.

I think it's his adult books that Triskell is publishing as ebooks.

Ellen



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On Thu, 2 Nov 2017, at 01:07 AM, Jennifer Tait wrote:
> Ok, here's the thing: Triskell Press, while owned by de Lint, has been
> around since the 1970s. They mostly did chapbooks. But they're a legit
> publisher, just like Subterranean Press is. Neither is considered
> self-publishing.
>
> I know nothing about Tor's biz. Don't know anyone over there.
>
> His YA books were done by Firebird, which was part of Viking's
> Children's. That imprint was shut down by the powers that be and the
> editor behind it was reorganized out of her position. At least The
> Painted Boy is available as an ebook (I just checked--I can get any of
> our ebooks for free--his earlier Firebird titles are not but that's
> probably because they're older and haven't been converted yet. I don't
> know who owns the rights to all of them obviously, but apparently we're
> able to do the ebook to at least one.)
>
> Jenny
>
>
> On 11/1/2017 5:41 PM, Ellen Rawson wrote:
> > What I'm finding from a quick Google is that, yes, he self-published the
> > ebook. (I didn't know there was a paperback until now; I don't think
> > there is one in the UK. An Amazon.co.uk check shows the paperback is an
> > expensive import.)
> >
> > But what I'm not finding is that Tor dropped him. Maybe Jenny knows?
> >
> > I did read that the digital rights to his books had never been sold, so
> > he owns them. Is he taking advantage of owning those rights by
> > publishing his back catalog digitally and publishing the new one this
> > way?
> >
> > In other words, is he self-publishing because he can't get a major house
> > to publish him or because he doesn't want to have a major house
> > publishing him? Is he stuck or is it a choice? :)
> >
> > Ellen
> >
>

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Re: The Wind in His Heart

At 05:41 PM 11/1/2017 Ellen Rawson wrote:
>In other words, is he self-publishing because he can't get a
>major house to publish him or because he doesn't want to have a
>major house publishing him? Is he stuck or is it a choice? :)

I read somewhere (in his newsletter, I think) that he prefers
the creative freedom of independent publishing.

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