Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE) is hosting a virtual conference for all writers this Friday and Saturday. Free and open to everyone! Check out the details below.
FREE WRITING AND PUBLISHING CONFERENCE!
Please Join Us for IPNE’s 9th Annual
Independent Publishers & Authors
Virtual Online Conference, Nov. 6-7,
“Publishing During the Pandemic!”
Conference Details and Registration at IPNE.org
Are you planning on writing a book? Already working on one? Are you interested in learning more about the publishing process, from manuscript to published work? How to build an audience?
“Publishing During a Pandemic” is the theme of the 2020 Conference, presented for you on Zoom over two days, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7. There’s no charge to attend and you don’t need to be a publisher, published author, an IPNE member, or even a New Englander to join the virtual crowd. You can drop in for any of the live sessions you choose.
Whether you are interested in self-publishing, independent or hybrid publishing, or traditional publishing, you will find answers at our conference. Our experienced professionals will be presenting hour-long workshops on such topics as:
publicity and marketing * podcasting * book cover design * metadata * ISBN * the book launch * distribution * interviewing * Amazon * print on demand * bookstores * ebooks.
The workshops begin on Friday afternoon, November 6th, and are capped Saturday afternoon, November 7th, by our 7th Annual Book Awards. The full schedule is on our website.
At the 9th Annual IPNE Publishers & Writers Conference, you’ll be able to listen to and ask questions of speakers like keynoters Angela Bole (CEO, IBPA) and Carol Gino (author of Me & Mario Puzo), and many other experts who have been there, done that, and are eager to share their expertise to help you flatten your learning curve. Each workshop runs for 45 minutes and is followed by a 15-minute question and answer session.