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mjgoodnow
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PostSubject: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyWed Apr 29, 2009 4:21 am

I have a manuscript that was accepted by Inkwater Press which is a self publisher. But I guess you pay for the publishing process; they publish a man from Sesame Street.

I was looking through their contract and I was astonished. I didn't sign because I know what the cost is and I have no authority to say so.

All I can say is that there are some well rounded self publishers out there.

It's my understanding Inkwater is one of them.
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dkchristi
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PostSubject: Re: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyMon Jul 27, 2009 3:33 pm

For some people, these publishing options work for them.
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Sue
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PostSubject: Re: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyMon Jul 27, 2009 7:13 pm

They come across as a traditional press, not a self-publishing press. However, it depends on their contract. If you have to pay back what they have put out before you receive your royalties, then they are a vanity press. As long as you don't have to put out any money, they are considered traditional. The minute the author has to pay, it becomes vanity or self-publishing. I just wanted to clarify that because it appears you are not clear on that.
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PostSubject: Re: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyTue Jul 28, 2009 3:28 am

Will we see a NEIPT on AW? With the growth of so many "traditional" publishers, the NEPAT is in danger of becoming old hat.

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Carol Troestler
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PostSubject: Re: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyTue Jul 28, 2009 5:02 am

I think DK answered all those threads begun but with no answers, which was a good thing to do, as now most seem to have more than one answer.

This is a good example of how much many of us have learned here, and it just keeps happening.

Things are changing in the book industry.

Carol
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dkchristi
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PostSubject: Re: InkWater Press   InkWater Press EmptyTue Jul 28, 2009 5:07 am

I look at threads that have interest to me but that I missed when they were fresh. Often, they still have merit for discussion; and the original post was there for our benefit.
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