Do you ever feel like there is just TOO MUCH to learn about writing and publishing? You're right. Publishing is a Whole New Game. Writers have to KNOW MORE and WRITE BETTER THAN EVER to get published. On top of that, writers must write daily and stay organized. You can spend years and years learning the new game on your own or You can get help from the masters. Most editors will tell you that about 95% of the submissions they get are from people who don’t know what they are doing.
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Wednesday, April 30, 2014
12:00-1:00 PM CDT
A Publisher's Guide to Successful Author-Preneurship
Join award-winning publisher Kira Henschel, who has helped birth over 300 books since 2002. She will share insights on the book publishing industry and answer such questions as: What are publishers looking for in authors? How do you navigate the often confusing world of self-publishing? And what is that anyway? How about custom publishing and royalty publishing? PDF, Kindle, or Nook? Hard cover or paperback? What costs are involved? How can you save time, money, and energy getting your book published?
About the speaker. In 2002, Kira founded award-winning Goblin Fern Press, now part of HenschelHAUS Publishing. Since then, she has helped hundreds of authors navigate the often bewildering world of publishing as a workshop leader, consultant, book concierge, and traditional publisher.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
12:00-1:00 PM CDT
Editing is not the bogeyman everyone presumes, nor is it the exclusive sorcery of a few gatekeepers. Learn what an editor does, what actual good that will do you as a writer, how you can build a working relationship and what the difference is between self-editing and having someone edit your work.
About the speaker. John Adamus has been editing things with words for half his life, having spent years as a editor's apprentice and coffee retriever before finally taking the plunge into working for himself doing freelance editing and consulting on anything from television and film scripts to children's books to card, board and role-playing games. His work has gone on to win numerous industry awards and his blog (http://writernextdoor.com) is a frequently-cited resource for writing advice, art creation, frank discussions of mental health and wellness and lately, recipes. He tweets with the zeal of a teenage girl at twitter.com/awesome_john.