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All-Star Publishing Panel
Jan 29, 2013, 6:30PM to 8:30PM
|Location||47 5th Ave at 12th Street
New York, NY
|Details||Only a few spots remaining for Publishing in the Digital Age All-Star Panel Event
Do you dream about publishing a book? What is a “book” in the digital age? The Deadline Club, which is the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, plans a discussion about modern publishing issues with a distinguished panel of publishers, authors and agents. Staged at the historic Salmagundi Art Club in Greenwich Village, the panel will be preceded by a brief reception at 6:30pm, and begin promptly at 7pm on Tuesday, January 29. This event is FREE to the public and open to all.
Come armed with questions about the ins and outs of publishing your book. The panel will address a range of issues including how to get a book published, the kinds of books publishers desire, whether authors should seek to be published in print or if they should go directly to digital, the pros and cons of self-publishing and the financial realities of book writing.
The panelists will include New York Times columnist Samuel G. Freedman, a Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University professor who teaches a popular publishing workshop each spring, and author of seven books including Breaking The Line (to be published in 2013); literary agent Miriam Goderich of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management; Theresa Horner, Head of Digital Content for Nook Media at Barnes & Noble; and Don Seitz, Senior Vice President of Sales at Author Solutions, the leading self-publishing company, which is a division of The Penguin Group. The panel will be moderated by Allan Chernoff, a former CNN and CNBC Senior Correspondent, and author of The Tailors of Tomaszow (to be published in 2013). He is currently a Media Counselor at Fleishman-Hillard.