November 6, 2012 · 12:00 PM
Jane Friedman has more than a decade of hands-on experience in using new media and technology to engage and grow both online and offline communities. She is the web editor for the Virginia Quarterly Review, has a blog on writing and publishing that every author should read, and is the former publisher of Writer’s Digest.
Jane speaks widely on writing, publishing, and the future of media, and her recent presentation at LitFlow in Berlin, "Do Publishers Need to Offer More Value to Authors," prompted me to bring her to BABS for a lunchtime hangout!
If You Want to Join the Video Chat:
1. Read some of Jane's recent articles, and find out what she has to say about writing, self-publishing, or publishing in general.
2. Be prepared with a question or two to ask, related to her area of expertise.
3. Follow the directions below to join the Google Hangout.
If You Just Want to Watch Our Talk with Jane Friedman:
1. The live stream will be embedded right here on this page! So if you're free at noon on Nov. 6, pull up this page in your browser and watch the video live.
2. Watch the video here anytime after the event, it will be on this page permanently!
How the Google+ Hangout series works: Once you RSVP for this BABS event, head over to Google+ and connect with me (Anne Hill) there. I will add you to the circle of BABS members who automatically get invited to the hangout. Up to 7 members can join us in the live video feed.