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'NEW MODELS OF PUBLISHING' with Amy Sterling Casil, April 20th

  • Apr 20, 2013 · 9:30 AM
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New Models of Publishing


Amy Sterling Casil

Publishing has changed tremendously over the past five or six years, and it continues to rapidly evolve. What is the best route for you to publish your work?  Amy Sterling Casil will talk about author publishing cooperatives, eBook publishing across all platforms, international publishing, print on demand publishing, and working for new media companies. Learn crucial information that will help you make better decisions about how to present your work to readers. Find out the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing, working as part of a group, developing a publishing platform, and traditional publishing. Amy will also discuss how traditional publishing can work in conjunction with new models of presenting work to readers.

Amy Sterling Casil is an award-winning science fiction, fantasy, and nonfiction writer. She is published in all media: three novels, two short fiction and poetry collections, more than 120 short stories, 22 nonfiction books for children, and many stories and poetry pieces for leading academic publishers. Amy has worked for new media corporations since 2003, currently teaches writing at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, and is a top pundit on Policymic, an Internet-based policy and issues news/opinion site for Millennials. She is also one of the founding members and is the Treasurer for Book View Cafe, the first and largest internet author cooperative.


Cost for the speaker and lunch is only $30.  (Must RSVP by April 17, 2013 *)

Space is limited.   RSVP today!

Cash and All Major Credit Cards are excepted.
A lunch at the Claim Jumper Restaurant is included in the price.

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* Without an RSVP, the cost is $35
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