A wide variety of options now exist between traditional publishing and self-publishing books. Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan has been published by traditional publishers and a university press. She has also been commissioned to write books for others. In the process, she formed a small, specialty publishing company, Ember Press, which has published eight books through grants from the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area.
Johnson-Sullivan’s presentation will discuss hybrid publishing and how this model of bookmaking can work in the creation of exceptional books.