Perhaps Diane Pershing misread the temperature of the membership when she said that those who didn’t like what RWA is doing should leave because her comments have spurred those who do not want to leave the organization but would rather stay and change it. Others within publishing are beginning to notice.
- Bookseller picked up on the debate here.
- GalleyCat gives a “beginner’s guide” to the discussion here.
- SmartBitch Sarah explains why she loves RWA and doesn’t want to leave.
- Katiebabs gives voice to her opinion.
- Azteclady of KarenScott’s blog wonders why RWA gets to decide who is having a legitimate career in publishing and who is not.
- Kassia Kroszer notes that suppressing information about digital publishing isn’t the way to decrease disinformation among the members.
- Heather Massey points out how many authors started in epublishing.
- Don Linn questions the need to ghettoize digital publishers.