Quakers Uniting in Publications 2012 Meeting

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Quakers Uniting in Publications 2012 Meeting

Time: 5th mo. 10, 2012 at 7pm to 5th mo. 13, 2012 at 1pm
Location: Pendle Hill Conference Center
City/Town: Wallingford PA
Website or Map: http://quakerquip.org/
Event Type: conference, books
Organized By: Quakers United in Publications
Latest Activity: 4th month 5, 2012

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Conference Theme: "On and Beyond the Page"

Saturday's events with Gabe Ehri and Martin Kelley:

3pm: “From Do-It-Yourself to Big Quaker Publishing: The Spectrum and How it Serves Readers and Writers.” Participants will have a chance to share their motivations, their influences, and their audience, and discuss what defines their place in the spectrum. We will explore themes including:

  • The reader’s ecosystem
  • How the way we read and write is changing
  • What barriers go up when barriers to self-publishing fall
  • Going viral:  the path from blogger to “public Friend”
  • Discovering what motivates the audience for Quaker books and media
  • Finding sustainability in your niche




7:30pm Panel: Harnessing the Transition from Print to Print-and-or-Digital

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