Tuesday, January 24, 2012

How to Be Your Own Publicist workshop

I found this in my email inbox...

WORKSHOP ON HOW TO BE YOUR OWN PUBLICIST!  SPREAD THE WORD!

The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) is offering the Professional Development Workshop HOW TO BE YOUR OWN PUBLICIST in Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, and Victoria, in February and March of 2012. The workshops take place from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. For those who can’t attend in one of the participating cities, a 3-hour webinar will be offered, distilling the highlights of the workshop.  

Authors Elizabeth Ruth and Ann Douglas will present on traditional but innovative book marketing strategies as well as new media opportunities for writers.  Kelly Duffin, Executive Director of The Writers’ Union of Canada, will update participants on the latest evolutions in the publishing landscape.

Whether you are an aspiring writer wanting to develop your audience before publication; an emerging writer who needs to stay visible; or long-published and looking for new tips and techniques, this full-day workshop is for you.

Participants will leave the workshop having gained the know-how and confidence to creatively promote their own future works, and an expanded, inspired sense of what it means to be a writer in the current publishing context.

Most workshops of this calibre charge hundreds of dollars. The price of this symposium is $89.00 and covers costs, including lunch, $75 for members of The Writers’ Union of Canada. For registration information please go to www.writersunion.ca/registration.pdf .  Please circulate this information to writers you think might be interested in coming to this event. Space is limited so register today.

Note:  I'm going--are you?
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2 comments:

holessence said...

Leanne - If I were anywhere near your neck of the woods I'd be on this like white on rice!

Author Leanne Dyck said...

I hear you, Laurie, and will try my best to bring the workshop to you through my blog.