Along with writer Ursula Wong, we gave a talk on The Pros and Pitfalls of Modern Publishing Solutions at the Thayer Memorial Library in Lancaster, MA today.
It was hosted by the Seven Bridge Writers Collaborative, a a creative writers organization that brings writers together to encourage, enrich, and develop a writing community that is an integral part of the cultural life of central Massachusetts.
We had a good crowd of interested folk, and spoke for two hours on the different methods of modern publishing, and what one can expect from each. It's a grounding in the terms and ways of doing things, so a writer can make a better-informed decision as to what path to take.
Thanks to the Library, and to Hollis Shore and Paula Castner for putting the event together and making it happen.