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Writing Workshop with Author Hannah Goodman: How to Break Into Publishing
Sunday, March 20, 2011
2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Providence Public Library
150 Empire Street
Providence, RI 02903
Trustee's Room (3rd Floor)
Are you an aspiring writer? Take a workshop with a professional author!
How to Break into Publishing with Author Hannah Goodman
Breaking into the publishing world is nearly impossible…if you don’t understand the process. In this discussion, I will share my own journey, reveal what works and what doesn’t, and offer tips for success. Topics include: the monetary realities of a first book deal, self-publishing as a starting (and/or finishing) point, how to approach an agent, whether to submit directly to a publisher, as well as how to use contests, conferences, or MFA programs as a “foot-in-the-door."
Registration is strongly encouraged. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 455-8057 and leave your name and contact information.
Please bring cash, check, or money order with you on the day of class. Exact change is always appreciated.
About the Instructor
Hannah R. Goodman, M.Ed, is the author of YA novel, My Sister’s Wedding, which won the first place award for The Writer’s Digest International Self-Publishing Contest, 2004, children’s book division. She published the follow-up, My Summer Vacation, in May, 2006, which went on to win a bronze IPPY in 2007. The latest Maddie book, Fear of Falling , was released in the fall of 2009.
A former high school English teacher, Hannah owns her own consulting company, The Write Touch. She is a writing coach and consultant to authors and would-be authors; assists adults in need of resume writing and career counseling; offers tutoring for elementary through college students in writing across content areas; and, assists in the college application process, from SAT prep to the writing of college application essays.
For more information visit www.hannahrgoodman.com
These programs are made possible with help from the Robert Danforth Watkins Fund for Lifelong Learning.