r/Publishing is a subreddit that gathers thousands of publishing professionals worldwide. It covers both traditional and modern publishing.
To operate properly, the community has established four rules. First, insults are forbidden as well as self-promotion. General discussions about the publishing industry are fine, but the community does not focus on providing advice. Thus, "help me get published" posts are not allowed. Last but not least, "author pays first" publishing schemes are also not allowed.
In some posts, members can find job offers with their respective descriptions. While some members share content focused on opportunities to grow your career, others post their questions on specific daily-life situations in the publishing industry. In other posts, there are recommended courses or resources offered by external platforms and focused on writing, editing, and publishing.
Overall, if you are a publisher or looking to get into the publishing industry, this subreddit can be very useful.
Get career guidance:
It's common to find job offers inside this subreddit. Additionally, many members offer career advice or seek for feedback to grow in their publishing careers.
Interact with like-minded people:
This community focuses on professional and beginner publishers who want to grow in their careers. Thus, the subreddit is great to expand your network and perhaps, find opportunities to collaborate with other publishers.
Members are constantly posting courses, resources, tools, and other growth opportunities for publishing professionals offered by external platforms and websites.
Members of r/Publishing interact by using the subreddit. Posts commonly include career questions for members to debate and express their opinions. They also share job and learning opportunities on external websites.