Monthly Archives: April 2012

Revoution Earth Playlist

1.Tracy Chapman – Talkin’ ’bout a Revolution 

2. The Clash – London Calling 

3. The Mutton Birds – Dominion Road 

4. The Mutton Birds – Anchor Me

5. Finn Brothers – Won’t Give In 

6. Blur – Song 2 

7. Midnight Oil – Beds are Burning

8. Yothu Yindi – Treaty (Remix)

9. B-52s – Revolution Earth

10. Gurrumul Yunupinga – Djarimirri

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Copy versus Content Editing

 We have, at last, secured the right copy editor to work with us on our indie publishing venture.  That has taken some doing as we had to find someone who would work with us in a new, somewhat unorthodox way.  It feels like the way we used to work in the indie film business – finding creative ways to get the job done when you couldn’t afford to pay up-front for everything at once.  Of course we would have loved to have had input from a content editor too, but when you can’t afford  both, at least we have the feedback from our fellow novelists on Authonomy.
This week I am going over the first half of the book and plan to finish the tweaks to the latter half and hand over the manuscript to the copy editor for the start of April so that we can concentrate on the marketing campaign in time for a summer launch.  Roll on launch day!
Alison

Lambert Nagle

Lambert Nagle is the pen name of co-authors Alison Ripley Cubitt and Sean Cubitt. Revolution Earth is their first novel, a thriller which forms the first book in a trilogy  featuring detective Stephen Connor.

Sean has been published by Routledge, Macmillan, Sage & MIT Press. His art history essay won a Best Article Award from the U.S. College Art Association.

Alison started out in TV documentaries but somehow ended up working on The Big Breakfast, followed by Walt Disney (UK).

She wrote the screenplay for Waves, a short film drama and winner, Special Jury Prize Remi and Worldfest, Houston.

She was the screenwriting columnist for Writing Magazine for 9 years and is the author of two lifestyle and travel titles published by Vacation Work.