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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...rkers. Just a few things to keep in mind When it comes to paying your workers, it is natural that not everyone gets paid the same. Different divisions, roles, and more can determin...
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  • Hi Dera, I noticed in a couple of the comments people had commented on the significance of colour (black or otherwise) when writing a story. The point I was making is when are we going to move past colour? To keep making colour significant is to perpetuate divisions.
  • Last reply by AL Fetherlin
    ...hauntings.  Since then, my interests have shifted, and I was wondering, just how are the subgenres of horror really divided?  And what do these divisions mean?  I know some publishing...
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  • Brooke Warner commented on her article Distribution 101
    Patricia, thanks for reading. These are the divisions of Ingram: Ingram Publisher Services is traditional distribution. They take a commission in exchange for actively selling their pu...
  • ...g to authors is because Ingram is both—they are a huge distributor (Ingram Publisher Services) and they are a wholesaler (Ingram Wholesale). Two divisions of Ingram. Ingram Publisher S...
  • ...identifies himself as an Arab.  Unfortunately, in the States I see the same thing happening with my Muslim friends.  I wish we could stop these divisions....