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Face the Book TV
What do you need to know about publishing? Face The Book TV explores the independent publishing process in this live stream & audio podcast geared toward small publishers and independently published authors. Produced by Pierce Press in collaboration with Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE). Contact the producer for underwriting & sponsorships.
Comp Titles: What Makes Your Book Unique?
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Peeragogy In Action
Many of us work and learn best by exchanging ideas with our friends, colleagues, and virtual communities. 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.
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Peeragogy in Action #15: Collaborative Learning
Let’s discuss collaborative learning projects with education innovators and Peeragogy members Steve Yost of LOCC and Karl Hakkarainen of WISE.
Successful Book Events: A Seasoned Publisher’s Proven Strategies
It’s the season for planning & setting up summer & fall book events and our guest expert, Deidre Randall of Peter E. Randall, Publisher is working with her authors on best practices for event booking success.
Going Viral: A Self-Publisher’s Cinderella Story
Chelsea Banning lamented in a Twitter post that only two of 37 RSVPs had shown up for the Dec. 3 signing for her first novel, “Of Crowns & Legends.” Within hours, Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, Jodie Picoult, Margaret Atwood, and many other A-list authors responded with messages of support.
WORKSHOP: The Future of Publishing with Joanna Penn
In addition to being a multi-bestselling self-published author, Joanna Penn is a leading authority on cutting-edge technologies for book publishing and diverse publishing formats.