Monday, Nov 14 • 12:30 p.m. (ET)
Small press, independent publishers often release works in a specific genre and offer promising authors an option somewhere between going big and going it alone. We talk with the founder of a Relegation Books, a local independent press, and a D.C. native who recently published a novel set in the city under the imprint.
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