Kate White, a bestselling author and the former Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, chats with HuffPost Live about her new book "I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This: How to Ask for the Money, Snag the Promotion, and Create the Career You Deserve."
In Chapter 10 of 13, fashion stylist Lulu Chen learns how the publishing business works from start to finish while working at Hearst and Conde Nast. While at Conde Nast's Self Magazine, Chen works with writers, art directors, photo departments and fashion directors to create the visuals and narratives behind each story.
In Chapter 9 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, design educator Jon Kolko self-publishes his first book which then was picked up by a publisher, where it found moderate success. For his second book, Kolko works through a publisher and decides for his third book he will self-publish. He shares the various aspects of the publishing process he has learned to navigate as he goes through the self-publishing process. Jon Kolko the founder and director of the Austin Center for Design.
In Chapter 11 of 19 in her 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, Stacie Grossman Bloom answers "What Have You Enjoyed Most About Science Writing and Publishing?" She enjoys being an effective communicator of science in a realistic way. From a publishing perspective, she finds value seeing research results and unpublished data before others see it. Grossman Bloom is the Executive Director at the NYU Neuroscience Institute at NYU Langone Medical Center.
In his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview, motivation teacher Jullien Gordon finds self-publishing books - five to date - an excellent way to distribute products and build his personal brand. He notes the importance of understanding alternative distribution options and how commitment to a goal opens doors to new opportunities. Gordon is the founder of the Department of Motivated Vehicles, a personal and professional development company.
Author and writer Scott Gold notes how the course, which has since been renamed the Columbia Publishing Course and relocated to New York City, helped jumpstart his book publishing career. The course teaches him publishing industry fundamentals and provides him access to industry leaders who provide insight into how publishing careers develop. Scott Gold is an author and writer based in New York City.
Author Nina Godiwalla explains how her aspirations have changed since writing and promoting her first book. Godiwalla sees writing a book as a releasing a product that is part of a larger business. In promoting her book, she gains feedback that allows her to take next steps and better control the process underlying her writing and speaking.