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Editor-in-Residence: Traditional, Self-Publishing or Hybrid

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TRADITIONAL, SELF-PUBLISHING, OR HYBRID

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Greg Ioannou has been named APL’s first Editor-in-Residence for Spring 2021. Greg has been editing books since 1977 and is a founding member of the Editors’ Association of Canada. He owns and runs Colborne Communications and is the president at Iguana Books.

Over his career, Greg has edited more than 3,000 books, including writing by Margaret Atwood, Peter Gzowski, Robertson Davies, and (posthumously), Lester Pearson.

There are now a lot of different ways to get a book published. Each one has advantages and disadvantages. For example, traditional publishing can take years but doesn't cost you anything, while self-publishing may involve costs but can get your book to the market really quickly.

Optional: Which model best fits your writing?

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