Publishing is the act of printing and distributing writing in physical or electronic form. It may refer to the commercial publishing industry, small press, self-publishing and on-demand publishing. This tag should be used for any questions regarding the publishing process in any of these forms.

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What genre appeals to the widest audience?

My writing is focused primarily on love stories, i.e. the romance genre, and I believe this reaches a relatively small audience. Is there one genre that appeals to a far wider audience than its ...
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Which well-established vanity publishers offer publishing for money and how much money is enough?

I know that you need an agent to communicate publishing with big guys like Random House etc. However, I also know that money can buy almost everything and surely can buy publishing of a book. Maybe ...
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I have compiled a poetry book with poems of 4chan users. It has a lot of vulgarisms, is it possible to publish something like that?

It has around 200 poems, a lot of vulgarisms, and many of them seem senseless.
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Forming a tagline for customers, drivers and software [closed]

We are designing brochures for attracting possible vendors to use our software platform to attract/retain their customers. The kind of vendors here are the hardworking type, with not necessarily any ...
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IF i want to write an episode to a TV sitcom, how can i send it to the TV network?

what are the steps to such thing, i want to write an episode to beavis and butthead and send it to MTV ,i don't live in the USA,i don't know if that a problem , please provide me with all the details ...
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Is there a way to ask online booksellers to pull pirated editions of my books?

Eight of my books are available on Google Books as 100% online, downloadable, but no Creative Commons licensing. Now I am starting to see them show up in bookstores, in versions I didn't have printed. ...