“Publish Your Book,” by James Abraham: Nonmembers
Fridays, Feb 10-24, 1:00-2:50 pm (3 Weeks) – Classroom D103
Understanding the world of modern publishing and where your work fits. Course includes “So Just What is Publishing?, Finding Your Market, and Going to Press” and features regular readings by class members, handouts, and gentle critiques delivered in a collegial, nurturing environment.
James Abraham is a former writer, editor, editorial writer, literary critic, and columnist with several newspapers including the Milwaukee Journal, Tallahassee Democrat, Charlotte Sun, and Sarasota Herald-Tribune. He has written a well-received political biography that is used in university curricula and has published a collection of his insightful book essays. Abraham is a popular writing coach, critic, and lecturer at writers’ centers and colleges who understands book editing and packaging. His Book-broker Publishers, which he founded 12 years ago, has produced or edited more than 400 books in a variety of genres.