Author • Developmental Editor • Writing Consultant
Author 2 Author Interview with Bill Kenower, March 11, 2014
Book Publishers Northwest May 16th, 4-6:00 p.m. "Managing Your Career as a Writer" panel with Ingrid Ricks and Waverly Fitzgerald
As an author, you need to think about more than the current book you’re working on. You need to think about the next book, as well as your platform and perhaps yourself as a brand. The panelists will share how they created careers as writers while working with small and traditional presses as well as self-publishing. Tips on book launch parties, securing on-going writing engagements, creating a buzz, staying motivated in a very competitive market and more will be shared.
NW Independent Editor's Guild Roundtable Discussions: Editors on Editing, January 14, 2013, 6:30-8:30
Anyone remember the classic book "Editors on Editing: An Inside View of What Editors Really Do"? Well if anyone knows "what editors really do" these days, we at the Editors Guild do. Brush up on areas of interest via friendly, facilitated roundtable discussions. Topics are likely to include
fiction editing, food editing, web editing, MarCom editing, editorial
project managementproject management, writing coaching, and proofreading. Corbin will be facilitating the writing coaching roundtable discussion.
September 13, 7-9:00 pm. “How to Work with an Editor: Building Strong Author-Editor Relationships" talk with Kyra Freestar .
Working with an editor – A panel of experts introduces writers to (a) who freelance editors are and what they do, (b) the stages of editing a manuscript, and (c) ways to find, interview, and begin working with an editor who’s a good match for author and manuscript. The panel is suited to writers with manuscripts in any stage of completioncompletion who would like to learn how to work productively with editors.
Past Events Include
It's About Time Writers Reading Series, June 14, 2012 6-7:45 pm Ballard Public Library, 5614 22nd Ave. N.W. Seattle.
Ballard Book Slam
Friday, November 18th at the Sunset Hill Community Center
Cheap Beer and Prose, Hugo House
"Cheap Beer and Prose" closes out the year with readings from prose writers Steve Barker, Corbin Lewars, Anne Leigh Parrish and Michael Shilling, plus cans of PBR for $1. The reading is free. Open mic follows the featured readers. Hosted by Charla Grenz.
"Fathers" reading at Hugo House
"Secrets" Reading at Hugo House
February 12, 2011 7-9 pm.
David Schmader of The Stranger MC's a night of "Secrets." 10 Seattle women writers share their secrets of love and family for an evening of intrigue and fun. Free and open to the public.
April 27, Catch that Book with Traci Green
June 18, KOZI interview
August 17, Interview with Laura Lavigne, "Let's talk about sex and creativity"
September 6, 1150AM, Interview with Leta Hamilton
Creating a Life readings:
February 10, 7:00pm Village Books, Bellingham
February 11, Guest Lecturer, Fairhaven College, Bellingham, WA
March 2, 7:00 Seattle Midwifery School
March 6, 4:00, Women's Symposium, Qwest Field Conference Center
March 9, 7:00 Third Place Books Ravenna, Seattle
March 13-14, San Francisco Book Fair
March 15, Powell's Books, Smallpresspalooza, Portland, OR
March 28, 7:00 Simply French Cafe, Vancouver, B.C.
April 28, 7:00 Book Release Party with Monica LeMoine, Richard Hugo House, Seattle
May 5, 7:00, 7:00 "She Says" Richard Hugo House, Seattle, WA
May 14, Eugene, OR Beyond Patriarchy Conference
June 18, 7:00, Riverwalk Books, Chelan, WA
August 14, 2:00, "Bottles Books and Babes", Edmonds Winery, Woodinville, WA
September 8, 3:00 Just Writes on Whidbey Island, "Ways to Stay Inspired"
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