* What will you be able to accomplish by publishing with them that you can’t do alone?
* What promotional efforts will they commit to a priori?
* Do they have a specific audience or relationships with influencers that are relevant to your book?
* Do you get along on a personal level and do you want to cultivate a long term business relationship with their staff?
* Is their contract clear and fair?
* How will working with them impact your career as an author?
Read more from Eliot Peper at his guest post today at my site.
- Author, present
- University of IowaTheatre, 1972 - 1976
- Webster UniversityTheatre, 1970 - 1972
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