Are you writing a book? And are you unsure how to navigate the modern world of book publishing? With the consolidation of big publishers, the rise of downloadable e-books and audiobooks, and emphasis on social media marketing campaigns, it's not just about getting an agent or writing some query letters anymore. Plus, there's a myriad of options you can use to self-publish your work, and don't forget the small independent publishers -- if you can find them. Publishing in 2020 is complicated!
So whether you're working on your memoir or the next big dystopian trilogy, you'll want to join us at the library as four local authors from diverse writing backgrounds talk about their experiences in publishing their works. The authors -- humorist/performer Randy Ross, novelist/visual artist Jenny Pivor, novelist/flash fiction writer K. M. Halpern, and storyteller/memoirist Judah Leblang -- together are known as New England Indie Authors Collective. They will elucidate and entertain you, so leave your manuscripts alone for a bit and socialize with us! You'll definitely learn a few tips and tricks of the trade.
The New England Indie Authors Collective is a group of New England writers and playwrights whose work has been published by independent presses, specializing in unconventional and experimental works of fiction, non-fiction, and memoir.
This event is free of charge and open to the general public. NEIAC member books will be available for sale.