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Indie Author Project

Indie Author Project (formerly SELF-e) enables writers to upload their eBooks to be included in a statewide collection that promotes local authors. In addition, Library Journal reviews each eBook that is submitted and, if selected, the eBook will appear in a curated collection of self-published eBooks at participating libraries nationwide.

 

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Publishing Panel

Sat, Apr 25 2020
2:00pm - 4:00pm
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Learn the differences between publishing options from experts in this interactive panel discussion. Representatives from each publishing type will discuss their experiences and answer questions.

The Art of the Query: Get Noticed by Agents

Sat, Apr 25 2020
10:30am - 12:30pm
Story Center Event
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Most agencies receive at least a hundred query letters each week, yet respond positively to a very select few. Do you know the secrets to writing a winning query?

Young Writers Creativity Workshop

Tue, Apr 28 2020
1:30pm - 2:50pm
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Writerly Play is the term for the innovative new way to learn about creative writing using dramatic improv games created by non profit, Society of Young Inklings.

World Building in Science Fiction and Fantasy: Part Two

Wed, Feb 12 2020
6:30pm - 8:30pm
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World building is an essential skill for all types of fiction, but especially speculative fiction.

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