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Printing & Distribution for Self-Published Authors

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For adults

 

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Staff Story Center
Story Center Event
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Join self-published author and expert Rachel Newhouse to learn how to print and distribute your self-published works. Thanks to the exploding popularity of self-publishing, there are a variety of printing and distribution services to meet the needs of every project. Newhouse will explore popular self-publishing services such as KDP, IngramSpark, and Kickstarter, as well as discuss the pros and cons of each so you can decide which one is right for your book. This program is part of The Story Center’s annual Publishing Week. Please note this program will take place in the Woodneath Auditorium. It is in-person only. Space is limited and registration is required.

 

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