November is National Novel Writing Month, but you don’t have to be a novel writer to enjoy this Saturday’s program, Publishing: The Inside Scoop. Published writers of all genres will be available to provide tips and suggestions on how to get an agent, how to submit your work to magazines and publishers, and more.
Panelists will include:
- Sarah Combs, author of the forthcoming young adult novel Breakfast Served Anytime
- Abigail Keam, author of the Josiah Reynolds mysteries
- David King, author of Death in the City of Light: The Serial Killer of Nazi-Occupied Paris
- Evelyn Christensen, author of the forthcoming Kentucky Puzzles: Bluegrass Brainteasers for Ages 6-106 and editor of Writing for Children’s Magazines ezine
- Iris Law, author of the poetry chapbook Periodicity, editor of Lantern Review, and assistant editor at the University Press of Kentucky
- Katerina Stoykova-Klemer, author of the poetry book The Porcupine of Mind and founder of Accents Publishing.
And don’t forget to come work on your novel (or short story or poem or children’s book) at our Come Write In Cafe this Friday from 3:45 to 5:45. We’ll have fine coffee, tea, and treats to sustain you; laptops, if you don’t have your own; plus a vintage typewriter, if that’s more your style.