To celebrate Library Month, Port Moody Public Library is sponsoring a free interactive café in the Galleria for writers interested in getting published in a rapidly changing industry. (Refreshments provided.)
A panel of local authors will answer your questions about getting published and writing in a variety of genres. There will be time for mingling at the end to enable attendees to speak directly with the panelists.
Here's the line-up of distinguished panelists with links to their websites if you click on the names:
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- Joyce Gram - Freelance professional editor.
- Sue McIntyre - Poet.
- Lois Peterson - Award-winning author of children's fiction; writing instructor.
- Gaetan Royer - Nonfiction author.
- David Russell - Author of mystery fiction and freelance writer.
The moderator is author and freelance writer, Julie H. Ferguson, who writes books on Canadian history and writing. Her titles are both commercially and self-published, in print and electronic versions.
So formulate your most-pressing questions about the writing life or the business of getting published, and join us for a lively afternoon with those who have succeeded and want to guide others toward publication.