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Podcasts

Face the Book TV

Regular podcasts, all about the independent publishing process, geared for small publishers and independently published authors. Produced by Pierce Press in  collaboration with Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE). 

Virtual Book Events: Leveraging the New Reality

Virtual Book Events: Leveraging the New Reality

“Virtual Book Events: How to Leverage the New Reality.” airs Oct. 21 at 4 pm. Hosted by IPNE president Eddie Vincent who interviews renowned publicist Skye Wentworth, along with Greg Josephs, who recently produced a virtual launch for his novel. Produced by Charlotte Pierce

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All about IPNE

All about IPNE

How IPNE can help you "make better books and sell more of them." facebooktwitterrssAll about IPNE - from president Eddie Vincent   The mission of the Independent...

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Ready, Row! USA

All about the state of the sport of rowing in the US and beyond, diversity & inclusion, inspirational interviews, gadgets & gear. We invite your suggestions for topics & panelists.

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Inclusion in the Boathouse – Rowing for All?

Inclusion in the Boathouse – Rowing for All?

How do we mobilize as a rowing community to make our sport more accessible to a wider range of communities, financial resources, and physical abilities? We found some folks with good, practical suggestions and best practices.

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A Most Beautiful Thing

A Most Beautiful Thing

Meet the inspiring principals in the documentary “A Most Beautiful Thing”. The documentary explores the safety and brotherhood these young men found on the water.

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Peeragogy in Action

Many of us work and learn best by exchanging ideas with our friends, colleagues, virtual communities. In fact, we’ve observed that “peeragogy” infuses our lives! Welcome to the Peeragogy Podcast, where a global cast of participants collaborate to build the no-longer-missing guide to all things relevant to peer learning & peer production.

Wikipedia in the Misinformation Age

Wikipedia in the Misinformation Age

How is Wikipedia different? The platform is not driven by the same profit motives of YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook; in fact, its entire purpose is to enable users to evaluate good vs. bad sources of information. How can Wikipedia help us, how can we help Wikipedia, and what can be learned from Wikipedia to help other websites better serve the public good?

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Past Podcasts

Virtual Book Events: Leveraging the New Reality

“Virtual Book Events: How to Leverage the New Reality.” airs Oct. 21 at 4 pm. Hosted by IPNE president Eddie Vincent who interviews renowned publicist Skye Wentworth, along with Greg Josephs, who recently produced a virtual launch for his novel. Produced by Charlotte Pierce

Inclusion in the Boathouse – Rowing for All?

How do we mobilize as a rowing community to make our sport more accessible to a wider range of communities, financial resources, and physical abilities? We found some folks with good, practical suggestions and best practices.

A Most Beautiful Thing

Meet the inspiring principals in the documentary “A Most Beautiful Thing”. The documentary explores the safety and brotherhood these young men found on the water.

All about IPNE

How IPNE can help you "make better books and sell more of them." facebooktwitterrssAll about IPNE - from president Eddie Vincent   The mission of the Independent...