Workshops & Seminars
Knowledge is power and ignorance IS NOT bliss. Whether you are publishing your first title or your hundredth, continuing education is necessary if you want to keep up with the times and current publishing trends. Book publishing seminars and workshops vary in size and scope and, of course, price.
IBPA Publishing University - March 9–10, 2012
'The IBPA Publishing University is heading to the West Coast! New location, dates, topics, techniques and tools for beginning and growing publishers.
Content is King — Print, electronic, and online strategies to help new and growing publishers boost the bottom line.'
Address: Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf in beautiful San Francisco
uPublishU at BookExpo America - Sunday, June 3
'Are you ready to take the leap and transform your manuscript to a published book and/or ebook? At the All-New uPublishU at BEA (formerly known as DIY Authors Conference & Marketplace), aspiring writers and authors will learn from industry experts tips and tactics and all about the tools and technology to help them self-publish a print book or an ebook. You will also have the opportunity to meet with a selection of the industry\'s most respected self-publishing service providers who offer services to aspiring authors or those looking to package their content in book form.'
Address: Javits Center - New York, NY
Write On! - March 31st - Dayton, Ohio
Publishing experts, Valerie J. Lewis Coleman and Wendy Hart Beckman, present an informative and entertaining workshop that will motivate you to start or complete your writing project!
Saturday, March 31, 2012
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Central State University - Dayton Campus
840 Germantown Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Continental breakfast and lunch
Volumes of information'
Address: Central State University - Dayton Campus 840 Germantown Street - Dayton, Ohio 45402
Writer's Digest Conference: - January 20th - 22nd, 2012
'The Writer’s Digest Conference brings together influential agents, innovators and creative minds in the publishing world all willing to share their insider know-how with you.
Discover your strengths—maybe even get discovered—at the Pitch slam. This year, more agents and shorter lines will give you more opportunities to impress an agent.
Exchange ideas with publishing pros and fellow writers of every skill level.
Expand your knowledge in sessions focused on the business, the craft and the future of publishing.'
Address: Sheraton New York Hotel
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