Recently, I have been musing upon the vauge ambition of putting together a photography process book. I work primarily in the Gum Bichromate process, an older photography printing technique that very few are aquainted with, not even the photographers I come across. Those few that have heard of it tend to be very misunderstanding of the process in most cases, unaware of its full potential of photographic/artistic expression. I have often returned to do a show and tell for my old college proffessor's photo classes, and have been told I am among the top 15 in the US at this process. I maintain an evolving website devoted to my gum bichromate photography work and tutorials on the process at www.billymabrey.com so that you can see what I am talking about if you are unsure. *** I know that most visitors to my website are usually other photographers interested in learning about or seeing gum bichromate prints, and I know most people enjoy reading and holding a book much more then staring at a screen. There are very few books out there on the process, and most become so bogged into technical detail that they shun creative readers away. I feel I could write the book fairly easily (perhaps not quickly) and in a less technical, very visual way, stimulating to the visual thinkers that artists and photographers are. I even would like it to be inspiring to non-photographers if possible. However, I am not sure what to do after I hit save for the last time in Indesign... Should I print/sell the book myself via kinkos or some similar vein to start with? Might I seek getting it published somehow? Where would I start in getting a photography book published? Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!