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You see it in the acknowledgements at the back of books. Every successful author has a publishing team. So, whether you are traditionally or self-published, who should be on y our team? What is the purpose of each person on that team? And what criteria should you use for choosing them? What is necessary, what is not, and what should this all cost?
Join us as we answer one of the most often asked questions at the LJWC and the most important question you should ask yourself as an author: How do I choose my publishing team?
Antoinette Kuritz, the founder of the La Jolla Writers’ Conference and STRATEGIES Literary PR & Book Development, has spent almost three decades in the publishing industry. A recognized expert on the art, craft, and business of writing, she has taught at Book Expo America, Publishing University, and conferences throughout the country. Among dozens of well-known authors, her clients have included the legendary Joe Wambaugh, psychic medium John Edward, NY Times best-selling novelist James Rollins, and Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus creator John Gray. With a unique understanding of the industry and its evolution, Antoinette has guided NY Times best-selling authors, novices, and writers at all levels in between on everything from book development to business modeling, from online and traditional PR & marketing strategies through media training, from platform building to editing to choosing the right method of publication, all in the interest of helping them maximize their success.
Our monthly meetings start at 5.30pm with a Marketing Support Group meeting. We then have signing in and networking at 6:30pm, a short business meeting at 6:45pm, and the headline presentation at 7 p.m.
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