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Act Accordingly by Colin Wright
25
Jun

Hot Off the Presses: Act Accordingly

I enjoy writing books. I'm even coming to love the publishing process, though it hasn't always been my favorite thing in the world. I'm still getting…

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11
May

Asymmetrical Goings On No. 2

A shedload has happened since our last Goings On update, a veritable whirlwind of publishing-related activities... Asymmetrical People Since moving our HQ to Zootown back in February, we've…

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Colin Wright wearing Read Is Sexy tshirt
29
Apr

The Shirts Off Our Backs

The worldwide population of indie authors is a massive, scattered club. Part of what we wanted to accomplish with Asym was to establish a touchpoint for…

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Colin Wright in Chicago bookstore
25
Mar

Design for Publishing

In a past life, I was a designer. Scratch that. In a past life, I made my living as a full-time designer. I'm still a designer today, I just use…

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The Flute Player by Shawn Mihalik
13
Mar

Published Today: The Flute Player

Today is the day: The Flute Player by Shawn Mihalik is now available. About the Book The Flute Player is a young-adult novella that adults will also love.…

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25
Feb

Introducing Chapbook Volume 1

In the traditional sense, a chapbook used to be a small booklet containing short works from various authors. Back in the olden days (which I think means like pre-2008),…

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17
Feb

Asymmetrical Goings On No. 1

Time flies when you buy it a plane ticket. Accordingly, February 2013 has been a busy month, flying by for us here in Montana. Thus, we're going…

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25
Jan

Asymmetrical’s New World HQ: Montana

As of February 1, 2013, the three of us—Joshua, Ryan, and Colin—have decided to establish our world headquarters in the Treasure State: namely, Missoula, Montana. Why…

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Skull and artifacts
15
Jan

Hello New Publishing World

The thing about sacred cows is that they don't stay sacred forever. If you look at the state of publishing just a few years ago, you…

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