Metro Boston Independent Publishers

  • 04 Nov 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Robbins Library Community Room, 700 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington MA 02476

Registration

  • Please RSVP to attend our bimonthly sessions. You don't need to be an IPNE member, but you'll get a 50% discount if you join at one of the workshop sessions. Enrollment is limited to 15 per session; please join the waiting list if it's full.

IPNE membership is not required to attend; but we encourage you to join to take advantage of the full range of benefits that membership in the organization brings.
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About our group

Self-publishing has become a major force in the world of books, and easier to do than ever with a wide range of formats and options for authors to choose from. The options can be daunting, however, as can the next steps of marketing and selling your published book. 

This informal group aims to educate both new and seasoned authors about the possibilities of independent publishing through bimonthly meetups in Arlington, MA. Meetings are open to IPNE members and non-members alike, with a 50% membership discount available to those who RSVP and attend in person.

Our group includes self-published authors, editors. small publishers, and representatives from IPNE and other organizations. At each meetup, we'll update individual projects, brainstorm challenges, and discuss topics ranging from finding the right publishing platform to editing and design to marketing and beyond. 

About our facilitators:

After a stint as an editor in Seattle, Charlotte Pierce served as managing editor for Home Office Computing Magazine (Scholastic) in New York (1985-1989). She moved to Boston to start Pierce Press in 1989. An IPNE member since 2007, Charlotte has served in several positions on the board, including president (2015-2017). full bio

Glenn Koenig is an accomplished videographer and co-founder of Arlington Community Media, Inc. He works as a database consultant, and CEO of Message Rain. His first book of essays, A Man Wearing a Dress, appears in Fall 2017. full bio


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