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      Free for Authors and Emerging Writers - Workshop for Marketing Books in South Pasadena

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      October 27, 2019

      Sunday  10:00 AM

      7047 Sunset Drive South
      South Pasadena, California

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      Free for Authors and Emerging Writers - Workshop for Marketing Books

      The Florida Chapter of the Authors Guild (AG) hosts an Writer's Workshop for authors, emerging writers, journalists, educators, and students of creative writing and journalism. Florida chapter members and non-members of the AG are invited to this special event. Reserve your spot for this fun, FREE, and informative workshop featuring top level instructors and speakers who provide specific tips to enhance your writing and publishing careers. Discover the best practices for creating your author's platform with guidelines for podcasts, video, and media visibility. Seating is limited and advanced reservations are required. RSVP to or to Kate Sullivan at 800.727.6214 Ext. 101 by October 24 to save your spot.  Save the Date. Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in South Pasadena, Florida.  Meet author and Kenyon College Professor Ira Sukrungruang, recently appointed as the Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing. Ira, a wildly popular USF Tampa professor when he was there, is the winner of the American book Award. Find his latest short story at the renowned Kenyon Review. Meet Mike Blinder, owner and publisher of a print  and online publication (Editor& for newspapers, jobs, and a preeminent trade journal for the news industry for more than 100 years. #NewsPublishing. Discover how to expand your author’s platform channels, and content with Diane Kutz, learn to create memorable podcasts and with Robyn Sayles, discover how to create your writer's YouTube channel. Photo:  (top) Robyn Sayles and Diane Kutz (below) Photo Caption, below: The Gulf Coast Chapter of the features Ira Sukrungruang, author and professor, recently appointed as Kenyon College’s Thomas Professor of Creative Writing.   Kate Sullivan, ChairFloridaChapter@AuthorsGuild.orgWordSmitten Media, Inc.800.727.6214 Ext. 101National AG Chapter NetworkParking is free. Location: The Hibiscus Room, 7047 Sunset Drive, South Pasadena, FL 33707  The panel’s moderator is Kate Sullivan, who chairs the Gulf Coast chapter of the, and is the executive editor of WordSmitten Media. The event is free, open to the public and to Authors Guild members and guests. Reservations required: Email by October 25, 2019. Seating limited. FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? For more information, email: About the Authors Guild. Based in New York City, the Authors Guild (AG) launched 14 nationwide chapters in 2018 and has served as the collective voice of American authors since beginning in 1912. The AG’s nearly 10,000 members include novelists (Richard Russo, Judy Blume, Scott Turow), historians, journalists, and poets—traditionally and independently published. The Guild advocates for authors on issues of copyright, fair contracts, free speech, and tax fairness. Visit more information about this non-profit organization and its writing community. This free writing workshop is hosted by and Kate Sullivan of WordSmitten Media, Inc. in NYC and St. Petersburg. Florida.   

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