The Summer Writing Project is an annual collaboration between 1888 and JukePop that advocates writing and supports reading. This joint venture presents authors with the opportunity to craft their novellas one chapter at a time with immediate quantitative and qualitative feedback from their readers, while also broadcasting their words to an audience eager for the next great storyteller.
Throughout the Summer Writing Project we present a series of free educational essays, lectures, and podcast episodes to support our writers and the community. 1888 is a publisher of classic dime novels, contemporary novellas, and The Cost of Paper, an annual anthology of international short stories. Click here to visit our complete catalogue.
As part of 1888’s Summer Writing Project 2016, we’re proud to present the Where Books Come From blog series. In keeping with the spirit of literary celebration, education and opportunity upon which we were founded, this five-part series is an exploration of the dynamic, multi-faceted world of publishing as seen through the eyes of a recent graduate.READ MORE
Quick recap: Part One began with a list of major players who contribute to the book publishing process, from agents and editors to distributors and more. It also began with quite a few questions. The focus of the previous blog post, as well as what’s to come, is to examine the publishing industry in a relatable way in order to discover why traditional publishers function as they do, and whether or not the system can or should be changed.READ MORE