2017 – your year to get into print? We’re running two sessions with speakers to look at different ways of publishing your work. £26 per session – payment by paypal or any card via the buttons below. Each speaker will talk for around half an hour. In the first half of the sessions we’ll offer exercises and tips on preparing for publication.
Wednesday February 22nd 2017 10.30-12.30 pm at Hall and Woodhouse, Cafe, Bath. Local author, James Ellis, will talk about publishing his novel with Unbound – an award-winning crowdfunding publisher, that publishes works in all genres, fiction and non-fiction. James is a graduate of Oxford University’s MSt in Creative Writing. He has had flash fiction and short stories published as well as a travelogue of his journey through Central America. His first novel The Wrong Story will be published this autumn, 2016, by Unbound.
Prior to the talk, Exercises on refining and editing that all- important first page of your manuscript, and on how to write a strong cover- letter/pitch. 4 places left
Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 10.30 – 1230 pm at Hall and Woodhouse cafe, Bath. Douglas Walker, from the long-established Self Publishing Partnership, based in central Bath, will talk about how they work with authors seeking to self-publish their fiction or non-fiction books in both digital and print forms. SPP publishes the Bath Short Story Anthologies, beautifully produced quality books.
Prior to the talk Exercise on writing a good synopsis. What to do and what not to do. Useful to compile for marketing your self-published book, or to send to traditional publishers and literary agents. 7 places left
We recommend coming to both events to find out how to prepare to submit your manuscript for publication and to learn all about the latest developments in non-traditional publishing. (If you don’t want to pay online, contact us for bank transfer details or paying by cheque)
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