Independent publishing consultations
If you need some help and guidance with self-publishing your own independent magazine, then our editor Caroline Rowland can help.
Getting started or growing your publication
Whether you’ve already started publishing a magazine or you have a seed of an idea for one, it’s impossible to ignore the fact there is a lot to manage – from content and contributors to printers and paper weights.
Maybe you don’t know where to start with distribution, or legal issues around copyright are keeping you awake at night.
Whatever you need help and advice with, Caroline is keen to help you realise your magazine dreams!
Feedback from our consulting clients
Caroline has worked with a number of independent publishers at varying stages of their project, some with a small seed of an idea through to those almost ready to go into print. Here’s what some of her previous clients have said about their one-to-one session…
Before investing in Caroline’s consultation service, I was overwhelmed with how to build a magazine brand effectively, especially as a solo founder.
The one-to-one workshop, which was split into two sessions, was so helpful. Not only did it serve me knowledge-wise, but it was also good for confidence boosting and brainstorming ideas. I’d highly recommend Caroline – I left both her sessions feeling really motivated, and I know you will too!
My consulting session with Caroline was one of the best investments I’ve made for my business this year. I had several open questions regarding the printing process, distribution, funding but also content planning. She made sure that no question was left unanswered.
I felt like Caroline had really taken heiter and what it stands for into consideration with her advice. It was insightful, straightforward and backed up by plenty of practical examples from her own magazine journey. I feel more positive than ever before that I can make my dream of bringing out a heiter print publication come true. I would happily recommend Caroline to anyone else who’s looking for guidance with their magazine!
Meet Caroline Rowland
Caroline worked as a photo editor for Getty Images and the Financial Times, before going it alone in 2011 and launching 91 Magazine. With over 10 years experience, she has gathered an abundance of knowledge on publishing an independent magazine.
One-to-one consultations with Caroline Rowland
Caroline offers one-to-one workshops via Zoom and can cover as much or as little as you wish, depending on your requirements.
The 2h30min hour workshop, which can be split across two 1h15min sessions, and can cover each of Caroline’s areas of expertise, and of course any questions.
This is priced at £279.
If there are only certain areas you want to cover, the session can be tailored to that and reduced to 1 hour or 1h30min – however long is needed to cover it – for which the hourly rate is £125.
If you are interested in learning how to publish your own independent magazine, then do get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Caroline is a published author and her book The Shopkeepers Home published in 2015.
She has also been guest editor on two Mollie Makes bookazines and picture editor on a number of interior books.
She is available for writing and speaking opportunities in areas around running a small creative business, independent publishing and interiors.