Annual Publishers & Authors Conference
FACE THE BOOK TV #15: Publishers & Authors Conference Nov. 6-7
For nearly a decade, the Annual Conference of the Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE.org) has been the region’s leading indie publishing event for anyone who wants to take their authoring and publishing business to new heights.
The recent conference was one of the best attended ever – and it was FREE this year! Click the link below to request conference recordings.
Nearly two dozen experts will help you and your business succeed in the brave new world of publishing, where innovations come and go with dizzying speed. It’s never been a better time to be a publisher, yet it’s never been more challenging. Come join us virtually for an educational and fun-filled weekend that you won’t soon forget.
Congratulations to all the finalists and winners at the IPNE Book Awards on Saturday evening!
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We welcome audience questions in advance via our YouTube or Facebook channels – before or during the live stream, or after the event. Please subscribe on YouTube or “like” the page for advance notifications. Face The Book TV is produced by Pierce Press in collaboration with Independent Publishers of New England. We often highlight IPNE authors in a special segment.
Produced in collaboration with Independent Publishers of New England
Make better books & sell more of them!
IPNE members throughout the region work in collaborative teams with board members to determine, design, and carry out our programs. Our members are IPNE.
One of our primary goals is to help members make books of the highest quality and marketability, while leveraging the advantages of being independent.
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