Ed Greenwood, author of over 350 books, has recently founded TEGG (The Ed Greenwood Group), drawing largely on a co-op framework. Tom Doherty, founder of TOR books has lived in this industry from the early days, building a dynamic, traditional Publishing house that is moving boldly into the modern paradigm. Sandra Kasturi and Brett Savory, founders of the dynamic and fresh ChiZine Publications, boldly embraced hard-copy press, despite "doom and gloom" predictions for paper books. Mark Lefebvre, Director of Kobo's Writing Life, is at the forefront of the new author-publisher wave. How do all these models co-exist? How do they support the key stakeholders, writers, and readers alike?
Hall: Richmond A
Track: The Publishing Industry