Online publishing courses taught by industry professionals
Whether you’re looking to understand the industry better, secure a publishing deal, or successfully self-publish your own book, Reedsy Learning offers an online publishing course to suit your needs. Led by industry experts ranging from Big 5 editors and literary agents to thought leaders in the publishing technology industry, you can learn:
- The ins and outs of major publishers
- How to write an effective query letter
- How to self-publish a book
- How to publish an audiobook
- And more!
Each course lasts just ten days, with new lessons delivered to your inbox each morning. Packed with practical tips, lessons take fewer than five minutes to read — perfect for your morning coffee or during your commute.
How much does it cost?
Every course we offer is absolutely free. At Reedsy, we believe that knowledge shouldn’t be limited to those who can afford to pay for it — if you want to be a great writer, then we want to help you achieve that.
Reviews of Reedsy’s publishing courses and self-publishing courses
“As a first-time writer, I found this course invaluable. Every day there was new information specific to my needs.” — May Q.
“This was SO helpful! I have learned so much useful info from this course. I am hoping to self-publish my first book sometime next year when I finish it, so this course has given me some great insight into how all of that works.” — Bryan T.
“The course was very informational without being overwhelming. The additional resources allow you to go deeper into a particular area when you are ready. I still have tons to learn, but at least I know what I need to focus on and have a lot of great ideas. Thank you!” — Helen C.
“I liked the delicate balance between hope and hard reality most. [The instructor] did not pamper, but I leave with the feeling that if I put in the work required, I can manage. Thanks for that!” — Noelle U.
“Awesome course by Reedsy. I am glad to know the amount of knowledge reedsy shares with its authors. This course has surely helped me to peer through the vague and opaque world of traditional publishing.” — Gandharva G.