Ashley Henderson Mag-Big email@example.com Curator of literature for a small store in Portland. The store sells items made (usually handmade) by PDX artists. Ashley is interested in promoting and celebrating local independent and small publishing companies and writers.
Roy King firstname.lastname@example.org Affiliated with Epiphany Press as a consultant. Book titles: Symfonie Fantastique
Chris Bauer email@example.com http://kafkashadow.com Short-story writer. Christian is a thirteen year member of Writers Under the Arch in St. Louis and he has sold thirty-six fiction pieces. Book titles include Killer of a Deal, Winter of Her Discontent, Harrigan’s Choice, Special Charter, Fresh Not Frozen.
LA Times Festival of Books Information
Market Update by Patricia Fry
Ask the Book Doctor by Bobbie Christmas
The Collaborator Rules: 101 Surefire Ways to Stay Friends with Your Co-author by Sally Shields—Book Review by Patricia Fry
Anthologies—Risen from the Grave by Toni Kelner
Interviews Without Fear by Darrell Laurent
Working with Others for Success by Joel Friedlander
Recap of Books Reviewed in 2010
Book Signings—Ten Things I’ve Learned by Leslie Korenko
There’s still time to submit your short mystery/crime story to the Al Blanchard Award. First prize includes $100 cash, publication in Level Best Books upcoming crime fiction anthology Dead Calm, and FREE admission the New England Crime Bake, Nov. 11-13, Dedham, Massachussetts.
If you want to write for magazines but don’t know how to get started —or if you need some motivation to get you going—this course is for you.
The Third Annual 21st-Century Book Marketing Expo will be held October 15-16, 2011, at the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina Hotel in San Diego, California. The event will again serve as a vehicle to educate self-published authors, small publishers, and writers on how to master the changing publishing industry, understand the benefits of print-on-demand, get publicity, and utilize the Internet to get the book in the hands of readers.