Literary Conversations Come to Omaha

The (downtown) omaha lit fest returns to Nebraska’s largest city this weekend with a number of free events for local writers, readers, and all walks of literary life in between.

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I’m delighted to be part of a Saturday morning panel discussion on book publishing. Below is the event description, copied from the lit fest website. Our 11 a.m. panel is free and open to the public.

Saturday, Oct 15
panel discussions & evening book launch/art exhibit

Morning/afternoon panels (11 am-5 pm) at W. Dale Clark Library, fourth floor, 215 S. 15th St.
(All events free & open to the public)

11 am

The Process of Small-Press and Self-Publishing: Creative approaches to getting your story in print. The panel consists of writers, editors, and publicity professionals sharing their experiences with the many aspects of small press and self-publishing. Includes publishers Cindy Grady (WriteLife), Liz Kay (burntdistrict), and Erin Pankowski (Concierge Marketing), and authors Jeff Kurrus (Have You Seen Mary?, a children’s book), Nancy Rips (Seder Stories), and Wendy Townley (Nerdy Thirty, humorous essays).

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  1. Pingback: Omaha Lit Fest Puts Focus on Women Writers and Women in Publishing « Leo Adam Biga's Blog

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