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March 05, 2011

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very interesting. thanks, nic!

Wow, Nic, you win the award for taking the ball and running with it. Thanks for this tremendously helpful post.

Thanks, Shanna and Dave - hope you and others help take it all to the next level for poetry publishing!

Great job posting this week, Nic. I always enjoy reading what you write.

This was extremely informative--thank you.

Very helpful - for someone else to do the legwork is quite a treat.

Thanks, Hannah and Donna. It's the kind of legwork that fascinates me! Best, Nic

Thank YOU Nic, for a great week Your posts have been most generous, informative, and fun. I hope you will consider a return engagement.

Thanks, Stacey! Quick update: I actually read the Smashwords style guide to the end and discovered you can de-activate any dud e-book versions you don’t want your book downloaded in at Smashwords, and just make available the formats you are happy with. This makes me a very happy poetry publisher!!

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