My wife often says I’m a contrarian, and I’m afraid I have to disagree with her.
That pretty much sums up my learning curve. It’s been hard, but I get there eventually.
When I saw a front-page article in the New York Times about David Mamet “self”-publishing through his agent, my knee-jerk reaction was: Well, that’s not self-publishing! Unfortunately, I was not looking in the mirror.
In 2009, after 20 years in traditional publishing, with ...