Graduate’s Corner: Small Presses: Tiny But Mighty, by Eileen Wiedbrauk

Eileen WiedbraukEileen Wiedbrauk is Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press and Red Moon Romance, as well as a writer, blogger, book reviewer, coffee addict, cat herder, MFA graduate, fantasist-turned-fabulist-turned-urban-fantasy-junkie, Odyssey Workshop alumna, photographer, designer, tech geek, entrepreneur, avid reader, and a somewhat-decent cook.

She wears many hats, as the saying goes. Which is an odd saying in this case, as she rarely looks good in hats.

Eileen is online at eileenwiedbrauk.com, @eileenwiedbrauk, @WorldWeaver_WWP, and Facebook.com/worldweaverpress.


Small presses play a multi-faceted role in the publishing industry, whether they’re focused on commercial/genre fiction or if they’re boutique/literary arts presses (the latter are often associated, at least marginally, with a university or arts endowment).  I’ve had the pleasure of running World Weaver Press, a speculative fiction small press, for the past three years, and before that I studied so-called “little and literary” publishing in grad school. Continue reading “Graduate’s Corner: Small Presses: Tiny But Mighty, by Eileen Wiedbrauk”

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