Unless you've been vacationing on a remote island with no communications links of any sort, you know the digital publishing age keeps turning the publishing world on its ear. As an offshoot of digital publishing, authors who want to indie publish their work have more opportunities than ever.
Below is a conversation between indie-publisher JA Konrath and Barry Eisler, who made a splash this month when he turned down a $500K offer to go the indie-publishing route. Here's the link:
If you're the least bit interested in publishing your stories, this article is a must read. Two warnings. First, this is a LONG post--you'll need probably a good hour and a half to set aside and digest all it contains, but is well worth the time investment. Also, fair warning, there are a couple occurrences of swear words but just a few.
Much food for thought here, no matter your opinion of the current market.