Publishers Weekly seems to relish scathing reviews of self-published books, says Kim Strickland
April 16, 2012 | 9:02 am
By Paul Biba
From an article by Kim Stricland in ChicagoNow, who is a self-published author. She talks about her expeirence with PW Select:
Publishers Weekly is a venue for book reviews, and for books published primarily by traditional publishers. Yet, when they found a way to capitalize on the self-publishing craze, I can’t help but think the poison at the end of their pen in the predominantly negative reviews [in the PW Select quarterly guide] has more to do with self-preservation than any real interest in fostering a relationship with the self-publishing industry.
Read the full article for the details.