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Saturday, September 15, 2007

How to Navigate the Publishing Matrix

Every month, the Baltimore Chapter of the Maryland Writers’ Association hosts a meeting for local writers. The speakers over the past several months have been exceptional. I know September’s speaker will like up to that standard.

Now that school's back in session, it’s a perfect time to be schooled in how to get published.

This month's guest speaker is Gregg Wilhelm, President and CEO of the CityLit Project.

He'll be speaking about how to navigate "The Publishing Matrix" and find the best avenues for getting your work before a deserving audience.

The event takes place on Monday, September 24 at 7:00 p.m. at The Waterfront Hotel, located at 1710 Thames Street in Fells Point. It's upstairs, so people should either follow the signs for theupstairs dining room or ask a bartender for directions.Their website is www.waterfronthotel.us .

The event is free for members and first-time visitors or $5 for returning guests.

Gregg is a highly in-demand speaker and he has a wealth of experience with the literary and publishing scenes. This is your opportunity to gain some valuable information about how to get published.

For more information, visit the MWAB website at the following link.


http://www.mwabaltimore.org/

1 Comments:

Blogger Homes are Me said...

Hi
I am a Gather writer who wanted to drop by and say Hi. I love your updates and writing on Gather, saw your fiction in the online magazine and finally made it to your Blog. Glad to be here, hope you check out my blogs sometimes. I have one on book reviews and literary news. The one that will show up here is my Homes Blog but I also have one at bookingalong.blogspot.com

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