Publishing: How freelance journos made the jump

UPDATE:  A ‘storify’ collection of tweets & social media posts from this event available here 

Straight from the Author’s Mouth

An informal event for Freeline members and other interested people will be held  in Glebe, where members who have recently published or self-published will talk about  what they did and how they did it.

Date: Thursday 13 June
Venue: Fireplace room, Toxteth Hotel, 345 Glebe Point Rd
Price: Free
Public transport: regular buses from George St City (431, 432, 433, 434) and from Randwick via Newtown (370), light rail from Central to Glebe
Parking: 1 and 2-hour free parking off Glebe Point Rd
Time: 7pm start
Food: A good range ($15-25) and Thursday is pot of mussels night – order & pay for your own food

Have you got a book in you that is crying out to be written? Got a finished manuscript but are wondering what to do next? Or are you simply curious about what it means to be an author?

Freeline – the Sydney freelancers network – is hosting a panel event covering all aspects of authoring and book writing on Thursday 13 June, 7pm, at the Toxteth Hotel in Glebe.

Join us for a fascinating discussion of the business of authoring, writing habits, pitching, self-publishing v traditional publishing, ebooks v print, ghostwriting, crowdsourcing, marketing/publicity and much more, with:

Organised by Pamela Hewitt, our panel will include:

Moderator / panellist:  Bianca Nogrady :  author of The End – The Human Experience of Death, and The Sixth Wave
Libby  Harkness: aghostwriter and author of Looking For Lisa, Skin Deep and other titles
Keith Austin:  editor and author of Grymm, and the SMH Good Pub Food Guides
Helen O’Neill: author of David Jones: 175 Years and (Walkley nominated) Florence Broadhurst: Her Secret and Extraordinary Lives
Persephone Nicholas: author of ‘Burned’
Mark Juddery: author of ‘Overrated’ and ‘Becoming a movie reviewer’

Should be a great night out!

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