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Book Title: Unmediated Ink: Notes From The Self-Publishing Revolution|
The author of the book: Jon Clinch
Edition: unmediated ink
Date of issue: April 14th 2013
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In January of 2013, Jon Clinch—author of the widely acclaimed FINN and KINGS OF THE EARTH—stepped away from Big Publishing and released his latest novel, THE THIEF OF AUSCHWITZ, independently. As a veteran of traditional publishing and an experienced advertising creative, he tackled the entire project—from editing to design, from web development to marketing—with nothing but his own two hands.
UNMEDIATED INK is his story—an honest and revealing and deeply heartfelt exploration of both sides of the self-publishing gulf, written by someone who's actually been there. Whether you're a curious reader, an industry follower, a multi-published author, or a potential self-publisher, it's the insight you need right now.
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Read information about the authorBorn and raised in the remote heart of upstate New York, Jon Clinch has been an English teacher, a metalworker, a folksinger, an illustrator, a typeface designer, a housepainter, a copywriter, and an advertising executive.
His latest novel, The Thief of Auschwitz, arrived on January 15, 2013 on his own imprint, unmediated ink. Howard Frank Mosher, author of Walking to Gatlinburg, calls the book "the best and most powerful work of fiction ever written about the Holocaust.”
Clinch's first novel, Finn—the secret history of Huckleberry Finn’s father—was named an American Library Association Notable Book and was chosen as one of the year's best books by the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and the Christian Science Monitor. It won the Philadelphia Athenaeum Literary Award and was shortlisted for the Sargent First Novel Prize.
His second novel, Kings of the Earth—a powerful tale of life, death, and family in rural America, based on a true story—was named a best book of the year by the Washington Post and led the 2010 Summer Reading List at O, The Oprah Magazine.
Clinch has lectured and taught widely, in settings as varied as the National Council of Teachers of English, Williams College, the Mark Twain House and Museum, and Pennsylvania State University. In 2008 he organized a benefit reading for the financially-ailing Twain House—enlisting such authors as Tom Perrotta, Stewart O’Nan, and Robert Hicks—an event that literally saved the house from bankruptcy. A native of upstate New York, Jon lives with his wife in the Green Mountains of Vermont. They have one daughter.