"DIY: how to publish an E-book" Publishers Weekly October 7, 2013"
"How to Publish a Book: an overview of traditional and self-publishing" Writers Digest Shop offers lots of good how-to information.
"How to Self-Publish Your Book Through Amazon" Forbes April 25, 2014
"New Publisher Authors Trust: Themselves" New York Times April 16, 2013
"The Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Book" PBS and Mediashift
"Self-Publishing a Book: 25 things you need to know" from CNET June 13, 2012 This article references many resources in the industry.
"Self-Publishing an E-book? Here are 4 ways to leave Amazon's 30% tax behind" Forbes July 31, 2013
Dreamwidth Studios a blog/journal online community for creative people
Kickstarter crowdsourced funding for your creative arts publishing project. This link will take your to their homepage where there's an introductory video you may watch. Then click on Publishing to see other projects that have requested funding.
Indigogo crowdfunding resource
Start Writing Fiction a FutureLearn free course
Blurb You can sell your book through their store or Amazon.
thebookpatch.com "Self Publishing Simplified" They've got a handy price calculator on their home page. Also, see recommendation below.
CreateSpace free and fee tools; an Amazon company (recently merged with BookSurge)
Lulu volume discounts starting at 15 copies.
Medium "everyone's stories and ideas"
Suggestions from Someone who has Self-Published
The Cool Kids Book: 50 Lessons on topics of humility, confidence, style, creativity, and sincerity was self-published by Daniel Tiernan. Dan researched his self-publishing options before selecting one. He shared with me the details on the choice he made.
Dan selected thebookpatch.com and found their prices to be better than Lulu or Blurb. Step one: upload a pdf of the item you wish to publish. Step Two: create the cover design and formatting. You may want to order a trial copy or two which will ensure the final product you envision. BookPatch allows you to purchase copies for yourself at a wholesale price and they also provide you with a link to let others order copies themselves at a price that you set.
Check these out at your local public library -- woohoo! or purchase a copy online.