Bookbuilders of Boston Free 2007 Fall Workshops

(Since I know there are some publishing-interested types on my list here, I’m passing this info along. Of course, this also reminds me that I never have put together that publishing salon I once talked about, but that’s a topic to resume another time.)

Expand your book publishing knowledge by attending the free Bookbuilders of Boston 2007 Fall Workshops! Each free workshop will focus on a particular aspect of the publishing process and will be presented by seasoned professionals.

Wednesday, October 24, 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.
Last year’s evening with Lissa Warren was such a big hit, we’ve invited her back to present:
REINVENTING BOOK PUBLICITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: The state of the book review, the “new” author tour, and how to prioritize in a world of so many books.
Speaker: Lissa Warren, VP Senior Director of Publicity at Da Capo Press and Adjunct Professor at Emerson College and Boston University.

Thursday, November 1, 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.
THE GREENING OF THE BOOK BUSINESS: How The Green Press Initiative and Others Promote Earth-Friendly Publishing
Speaker: John Wash, Director of Production at the Harvard University Press.
Additional speakers TBA

Wednesday, November 14, 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.
AN INTRODUCTION TO MULTI-CHANNEL PUBLISHING: Reuse and Repurposing of Content
Speaker: Jamie MacLachlan, Production Technology Analyst at Cengage Learning.
Additional speakers TBA

Light refreshments will be served!

All workshops will be held at:
Houghton Mifflin Company
222 Berkeley Street, 5th floor
Boston, MA (Arlington Green line T-stop)

Register online at http://www.bbboston.org/ or by phone at (781) 378-1361

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