Hey Richmond! Come to The Writing Show tonight at the Firehouse Theatre!
Topics our experts will discuss include
- What are the must-haves for the author website
- When to bring in a professional
- Blog subscriptions versus newsletter email lists
- How to fund your author website, or use it to find funding
- Adding social media and blogs
- Press packages, FAQ documents
When: Wednesday, April 29, 6:00 pm
Where: Firehouse Theatre 1609 West Broad Street(Parking available across the street in the Lowe’s lot)
Price: $12 for Members, $15 for non-Members, $5 for Students
Justine Schofield is the development director of Pubslush, a pre-publication platform that offers crowdfunding and pre-order options to authors and publishers. A writer at heart, Justine received her MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. A prominent voice in the publishing industry and an advocate for educating authors and publishers about crowdfunding, she is a regular contributor to The Future of Ink, Business Banter, and more.
A.B. (Anne) Westrick is the author of Brotherhood (Viking 2013), winner of the 2014 Jefferson Cup Award, the Housatonic Book Award, the Jane Addams Honor Award, and the Notable Trade Book Award. Brotherhood also made the ALA’s 2014 list of Best Fiction for Young Adults. From 2006-2012 Anne was JRW’s Administrative Director. She lives near Richmond, VA, and blogs once a month about the craft of writing. www.abwestrick.com
Joshua Paul Cane is a web programmer living in Richmond, VA. For nearly 17 years, he has built, redesigned, and consulted on web applications for Federal and state agencies, non-profits, businesses, and authors. Not only does he write code, but he writes fiction: humorous short stories and now an urban fantasy novel. He serves as a board member and membership committee chair of James River Writers.