Title pretty much says it all. They're all here, for your convenient pleasure:
In which I talk about small presses and contracts and the controversy between Hydra and SFWA.
In which I talk more about small presses and contracts.
In which I link to [more] John Scalzi and propose the idea of presenting a counter-perspective.
In which I link to Hydra's changed contract terms, due in large part to what SFWA and John Scalzi put into motion.
In which I present aforementioned counter-perspectives.
In which I share a letter from a new, small, traditional press (Jolly Fish Press).
So there you have it. That won't be the last you hear from me regarding the shifting world of publishing, I'm sure. But for now, it's enough.