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Join this panel for a discussion on diversity in literature and the process for writing diverse characters.
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With Cathy and Elaine’s Three Part Plan, attendees can learn to slay their dragons and make publishers hear their heroic tales! Colborn & Elaine Paliatsas-Haughey Whether you’re traditionally published at a major publishing house, publishing with an indie press, or self-publishing, you need a marketing plan.
Hear from this panel of small and independent press editors to find out why you might consider going small.
Panelists: Tara Tomczyk (Blydyn Square Books), Rahiem Brooks (Prodigy Gold Books), and Jennifer Cappello (Sunbury Press).