Panel: Self-Published to Indie Publisher. Should You Start Your Own Press?
Audience: All Levels
Love writing? Love indie publishing? Starting and running your own independent press might be your next big career move! In this session get an overview of what it takes to start and successfully run your own press. By the end of the
- The challenges, best practices
andbenefits of being an indie
- A framework/workflow for how to manage/streamline book production
- Understanding of what successful indie publishers have in common
Author EntrepreneurMarina Aris is a writer, speaker, creative entrepreneur and the founder of the Brooklyn Writers Project and the Brooklyn Writers Press. She works with writers one-on-one or in small group settings to help them write, publish, market and distribute their work. She runs Meetups and hosts indie publishing workshops with co-organizer, Beth Kallman Werner of Author Connections in NYC and Miami. Her work has been featured in the Magic of Memoir anthology published by She Writes Press, and her memoir, Running Into The Night will be released in 2019. Marina is an avid supporter of writers at all stages of their career. She serves as President of the Board at Pen Parentis, is the Ambassador for the Authors Guild NYC Chapter, and a member of ALLi and IBPA. www.brooklynwritersproject.com
Register for #SelfPubCon2019
Our next online conference for authors runs in association with the Digital Book World, September 2019.
Register now and we'll send details of our speakers, sessions, sponsors and competitions closer to the time.
Hosted by the non-profit Alliance of Independent Authors. Always free.