The creative team of Mary Gillilan and Norman Green, editors of Clover, A Literary Rag, will host a unique reading by authors of the popular lit journal on Sunday, January 24, at 4 p.m. at Village Books in Fairhaven WA. This reading celebrates Clover‘s #10 issue, since launching in 2011.
Clover, A Literary Rag is published twice a year by the Independent Writers’ Studio and publishes poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. To subscribe or submit to Clover, visit the IWS site.
Authors James Bertolino, Anita Boyle, Susan Chase-Foster, Larry Crist, Victoria Doerper, Susan Erickson, Paul Hunter, Ramon Ledesma, Andrew Shattuck McBride, Jim Milstead, John James Reid, Karen Vande Bossche, and Laurel Leigh will read at this event.
Hope to see you there!
Laurel Leigh helped WWP kick off the year “write” with talking about how to diagnose some of the issues authors are searching for in their manuscripts. Laurel had brilliant examples and anecdotes to share. Check out Laurel’s website at www.LaurelLeighWriter.com. We had plenty of new members attend, and we bet they learned a ton. Everyone is waiting with their pens ready to come to our October meeting with Terry Persun on “Exploring the Amazon Avenues for Authors.”
This past meeting was a bittersweet moment as it was our final meeting for the year. Stefanie Winger from Barnes and Noble gave a wonderful talk to WWP about Nook Press and what it provides for authors. We look forward to coming back in September with even more fantastic speakers. Have a great summer!
Special thanks to Harvey Chute for coming to speak to WWP about kboards.com this past Wednesday. He gave wonderful insights about how this online forum can be a vital resource for authors. We all enjoyed eating, mingling, and the occasional glass of wine.
Don’t forget to check out our next speaker for June!
Interested in self-publishing your book? In this interactive class,
you’ll learn practical strategies to help you get started! We’ll
cover the essentials of print publishing, including costs, real-world
sales figures and profits, as well as marketing hooks and other
promotion tips. We’ll also discuss publishing eBooks—formatting,
royalties, where to sell your eBook, and how independent publishing
can jump-start your writing career. Instructor Susan Colleen Browne is the author of seven independently published books, including the Whatcom County-set memoir, Little Farm in the Foothills. Her latest novel, The Hopeful Romantic, will be released May 2015.
The World of Independent Publishing
Date: April 22 & 29, 2015
Time: 6 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: Village Books
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