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PubU Online: Behind the Curtain: The Logistics of Starting Your Own Publishing Press

 Export to Your Calendar 3/15/2017
When: Wednesday, March 15, 2017
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific
Where: Online via WebEx
United States
Contact: Mimi Le, IBPA Project Manager
310-546-1818


Online registration is available until: 3/14/2017
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About the Program:

Not every book is created equal, but every publishing house is. Maybe not in the same exact manner, but rather in a structure that focuses on budget planning, talent management, strategic marketing, legal understandings, production planning, and business operations, to name a few. This session will uncover the basic infrastructure of what goes into operating a press.

This session will provide tools and insights that may help you save your publishing dreams from disaster and prevent unexpected roadblocks to happen. With a new publishing press as an example, participants will be introduced to a macro analysis and road map of what it takes to start and operate a publishing press in the United States.

If you’re thinking about or trying to understand the ways of managing a press, then this is a great educational workshop for you. Or, if you’re curious about what you should understand of how a press is held together join in on this fast-paced, informative session. And remember, a book might never see light of day if there is no foundation to its creation.

Can’t attend this webinar? Sign up anyway and watch the prerecorded session at a time suitable to you.

About the Presenter:

Born with muscular dystrophy, Luda Gogolushko has lived her entire life with limited mobility but never stopped dreaming big. Before starting INCLUDAS Publishing—a press that represents diversity artists who identify with a particular ability status, as well as works that have a main character with a disability—in 2015, she served on the EDI (Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) Commission for the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) for three years. She holds a BS in Recreation and MA in Communication Studies from California State University of Northridge (CSUN), where she also conducted an auto ethnographical study entitled, “Negotiating Space: An Autoethnography on Wheels,” and was an inclusion advocate on campus for many years.

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