Prolific During a Pandemic? How to Publish Your Book: Advice for Aspiring Authors

The Plymouth Public Library’s Dr. Richard M. Schiff Forum presents: Prolific During a Pandemic?, on October 24th, at 11:00 am. This virtual presentation is led by a panel of four New England published authors: Randy Ross, Judah Leblang, Jenny Pivor, and Jason Rubin.  The program will also touch on what's unique about  publishing during the pandemic such as dealing with distractions at home and difficulty getting motivated.

Are publishers still looking for new manuscripts? All that and more will be shared from the experience of our diverse panel of authors who are members of the New England Indie Authors Collective.  The NEIAC is a group of New England writers and playwrights whose work has been published by independent presses, specializing in unconventional and experimental works of fiction, non-fiction, and memoir.  This program is a first in our three-part Literary Salon Series.  


Registration is required for this free program which will take place on Zoom.  Please register on the library’s Eventkeeper calendar.  For more information call Tom Cummiskey, Outreach/Senior Services Librarian, at 508-830-4250 or TTY 508-747-5882 or email tcummiskey@ocln.org  (An email will be sent a few days prior to the program with Zoom details.)

 
Date:
Saturday Oct 24, 2020
Time:
11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
Contact:
Thomas Cummiskey    5088304250    tcummiskey@ocln.org
Location:
Virtual
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