SELF-e + Short Form Content: Self-publishing for Local Writers

SELF-e, a turnkey self-publishing program, now accepts content from every writer in the community, whether it's poetry, short stories, journalism or beyond. Join us to hear more about how libraries, their patrons and local writers all benefit from a cycle of creating, sharing and discovering local writers. View On Demand
Presented by: SELF-e & Library Journal Event Date & Time: Monday, March 26th, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT SELF-e, a turnkey self-publishing program created in partnership between BiblioBoard and Library Journal, has been enabling local writers to become local authors since 2014. SELF-e's new feature now allows us to accept content from every writer in the community, whether it's poetry, short stories, journalism or beyond. Join us to hear more about how libraries, their patrons and local writers all benefit from a cycle of creating, sharing and discovering local writers.

Panelists

  • Juan Thompson (son of Hunter S. Thompson), GonzoFest
  • Jim Blanton, Library Director, Louisville Free Public Library
  • Bobby Reed, Emerging Technologies Librarian - University of Oklahoma
  • Laura Cole, Executive Director, BiblioTech
  • Mitchell Davis, CEO, BiblioLabs

Moderator

  • Rebecca Jozwiak, Library Journal
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