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Top Ten Reasons to register for IPNE's April 27-28 Publishing Conference Reason # 3...
Hear about the marketing and distribution choices of three quite different publishers at 4 p.m. on Friday: Helpingwords' publisher, psychotherapist, author, and poet Kathy Brodsky has written and published seven children's books since 2001; Editorial Director Deborah Balmuth, will tell us about Storey Publishing, publishers of do it yourself books for country living since 1983 with over 400 active titles; Steve Carlson's Upper Access Books founded in 1986 is a small traditional book publishing company of non-fiction books sold to the national market.
That’s just one piece of IPNE’s Second Annual New England Publishing Conference “BOOK PUBLISHING TODAY: Embracing the Past, Imagine the Future”, April 27-28 at the Holiday Inn in Boxborough MA!
In addition – Robert Gray, Shelf Awareness editor and columnist, and writer on Friday, Chris Morrow, Northshire Bookstore in Manchester VT on Saturday, sponsoring publishing services exhibitors, and sessions on Marketing and Distribution; the Digital Media Landscape; Publishing Options; Targeting Specific Markets; and the Business of Publishing – with ample time for networking.
This conference is for anyone associated with the book publishing industry: authors, small and mid-size publishers, booksellers, designers, illustrators, editors, students in publishing programs, publicists, and printers. You'll get information to help develop your business strategy and the opportunity to network with successful large and small publishers from across New England.
Register by April 1st to take advantage of low early-bird prices! To register or for more information visit IPNE.org and click through to event details.