Thursday, October 23, 2014

Windsor's Small Presses Featured Tonight @ The Capitol!

Have you ever thought about starting your own publishing house?

Are you an aspiring writer who has wondered about how to go about getting published and how the mystifying world of submissions, advances, and royalty statements works?

Or have maybe you have simply wondered what it is exactly that a publisher does?

If you answered yes to at least one of the above questions, then it's your lucky day.

Tonight, Thursday, October 23rd @ 7PM Bookfest Windsor will be presenting a special free feature on the small presses of Windsor at The Capitol! Each publisher will have a feature author representing their press who will give a brief reading, to be followed by an informative panel discussion on publishing in the region.

Rampike will feature poet Susan Holbrook, Cranberry Tree will feature novelist Rosalind Knight, Palimpsest will feature poet Ariel Gordon, Black Moss will feature poet Mary Ann Mulhern, and Biblioasis will be proudly presenting award-winning magazine and non-fiction writer Chris Turner who will be reading from his fantastic new collection of essays How To Breathe Underwater!

Come out and see the best of what the region has to offer and get your questions about the publishing industry demystified! 

For more info, please see Bookfest's Website or give us a call at 519-968-2206.

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