Michael Krasny, who hosts the Bay Area radio show Forum on KQED, did an hour on the changing world of self-publishing this week. I stumbled on to it a couple days later and was glad to be able to catch up via the audio archive. His guests were Mark Coker of Smashwords, Laura Fraser of SheBooks, and Ted Weinstein, literary agent. While nothing earth-shattering was said, the show was an interesting overview of how far self-publishing has come over the last few years, while noting its limitations as well.
Check out the show via the link below: