(Please note the special time for this event: 8PM EST)
This author panel, made up of five women who write in five different genres, will provide information on the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing, working with a traditional publisher, a small press, a hybrid press, or a kickstarter group.
Along with learning about today's publishing options, participants will learn about what they should consider (long-term career goals, marketing ability, costs and personal budget) when trying to get their material into print. You will also learn about companies you should contact and companies you should avoid.
Kristine F. Anderson earned a Ph.D. in Communicative Arts from Georgia State University. She has worked as a freelance writer for national newspapers and magazines and taught high school and college English classes. Crooked Truth, her debut novel, received several awards, including the Ferrol Sams Fiction Award and was nominated for the 2021 Willie E. Morris Fiction Award. She was also nominated for the 2021 Georgia Writer of the Year in the debut fiction category.
Panelists: Beverly Armento, Patricia Bowen, Kathy Manos Penn, Kristi Deprin