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This area of publishing is changing rapidly and also affecting print publishing. If you can send your comic in earlier, it will be very helpful for us and could possibly help your chances of getting in the book. Manuscripts should be typed and submitted via regular mail. Take advantage of the invitation, use the opportunity, and learn from the experience. Royalties are better than what "real" publishers offer, but there are caveats, and true self-publishing pros prefer to cut out the subsidy press (which takes a cut) and go straight to a POD printer like Lightning Source to maximize profits.

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