Darcy O’Neil is a bartender and chemist in London, Ontario. He publishes The Art of Drink.
The world of book publishing has changed significantly with the fiendishly rapid development of the Internet. Less than a decade ago, if you wanted to publish a book you needed to get a publisher, or if excessive rejection wasn’t your thing, then a vanity publisher would fill your garage with books for a hefty price tag. Today that has all changed, and aspiring writers can now get their stories out easier than ever. This is especially important for drink writers, ‘cause really, how many cocktail or bar books does a traditional publisher need?
At Tales of the Cocktail 2010, Darcy O’Neil will present a session on self-publishing that will highlight his experience with his book Fix the Pumps, among others. Darcy has written an extensive preview of his session on his blog, The Art of Drink. Click through to check it out.