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  2. Hi Nora and Cathy,

    Just listened to episode 0ct 7 re trends in publishing and niche subscriptions.

    I hear Cathi's challenges re editing/ self publishing, as I worked with a cookbook editor to help create a unique proposal. Had interest in the project from a few publishers (even McSweeneys) but have repeatedly been told perhaps too nichey (for a market like Canada) and also they seem to not want to take that risk (ie without having a strong following a la tv chef). Found both your segments interesting as coming from a cooking background I am thinking of merging your two segments. I am looking at creating a website for cooks (aimed at expats in Asia and locals who want to use their local ingredients but create non Asian/ Western style food). Front side would be free access to the web and then back side (subscription side) would provide subscribers with weekly recipes; ingredient info; culinary travel suggestions; and the occasional product mailed to them from a small producer (I promise James Franco will not produce anything!).

    Perhaps Cathi could offer an e book subscription (almost like a modern Dickens) where each week or bi weekly, subscribers to her blog/ the sniffer receive chapters of her book- or better yet, give out versions (e book or small batch of hard copies) to prominent book clubs in North America for reading and to get the word out.

    Check out http://www.jakonrath.com/
    He is big on self publishing (esp e books).

    Below is Canal House. Subscription website where 3 times a year you get a cookbook in the mail (combo of what you both were talking about). Again, they were with prominent magazine but publishers would not pick up their concept/idea. They now have 9 issues out and their first issue has 20,000 copies printed.
    Good luck!

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