Self-Publishing Summit

We will be updating this page with new dates for 2014, we have had great success in previous years, lets hope we see you there in 2014.

 

We have just completed the Self-Publishing Summit 2013 and we have left details below so you can see what all the fuss has been about. There are several write-ups of the event online, for instance:

http://futurebook.net/content/self-publishing-conversation-changing-report-2013-self-publishing-summit

http://danholloway.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/self-publishing-summit/

Thanks to all those that attended on the day and we look forward to releasing the details for the Self-Publishing Summit 2014 in due course.

Should you have any questions at all, feel free to contact us at info@newgeneration-publishing.com

 

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New Generation Publishing are pleased to announce the Self Publishing Summit 2013

Welcome to the Self Publishing Summit 2013 – we hope to meet you there.

After the success of the 2012 event, it gives us great pleasure to invite you to the Self Publishing Summit 2013.

The date of this event is the 9th November 2013 and the location is the prestigious and magnificent Great Hall at King's College London.

The Self Publishing Summit will explore the contemporary methods of giving a voice to your story. We will be looking at traditional publishing, self-publishing, literary agents, distribution, printers, marketing, sales, author-expectations and more. We would like this day to be a celebration of writing, and the sharing of advice and insight from key industry figures and established authors with those just beginning their publishing journey.

The summit will begin at 9am with tea and coffee prior to a day of panels covering all aspects of publishing, self publishing, literary agents, marketing, promotion, editing, e-Books and social media.

Each panel will include leading experts from their fields offering a transparent look into the world of publishing – this is a day were you get to ask the questions!

 

Panels for the Self-Publishing Summit:

9.30-9.45: Introduction

9.45-10.30am: An Overview of the current book publishing industry

Tom Chalmers, Managing Director, Legend Times & IPR License

Karina Luke, CEO, Book Industry Communications (BIC)

Diego Marano, UK Manager, Kobo Writing Life

Dan Holloway, publisher, literary event organiser and festival coordinator, journalist, poet & novelist

 

10.30-11.00am: Coffee Break

11.00-11.45am: What is the current role of an agent and how can rights to work be sold?

Andrew Lownie, literary agent

Simon Benham, literary agent

Louisa Pritchard, international rights agent

Meg Davies, Owner, Ki Agency Ltd 


11.45-12.30pm: Tips on writing and how important is editing to my work?

Catherine Coe, author and editor

Julie Malone, author, Founder and President of New Writers UK

Iain Broome, author, blogger and podcaster

Polly Courtney, author

12.30-1.30: Break for Lunch

1.30-2.15pm: Getting my book out there: Printing, production and ebooks – what do I need to know?

Daniel Cooke, Managing Director, New Generation Publishing

Georgina Walpole, Ingram/Lightning Source

Liam Brandom, Ingram/Lightning Source

Matthew Urwin, ePubDirect

Neil Clarke, TJ International

2.15-3.00pm: How can I best sell and promote my work?

Stuart Evers, author and Community Manager, NetGalley

Authoright, UK book marketing company

Ann Morgan, author and journalist

Ben Galley, author and self-publishing consultant

Samsun Lobe, self-published author
 

3.00-3.30pm: Coffee Break

3.30-4.15pm: Summary Industry Q&A

Daniel Cooke, Managing Director, New Generation Publishing

Tom Chalmers, Managing Director, Legend Times & IPR License

Polly Courtney, author

Dan Holloway, publisher, literary event organiser and festival coordinator, journalist, poet & novelist

Stuart Evers, author and Community Manager, NetGalley

 

How to Book:

So if you're thinking about writing a book, if you're wondering how to get a literary agent or whether or not to self publish your manuscript, or if you need marketing support but don't know where to start, join us at The Self Publishing Summit 2012.

The cost of attending the event is just £34.99 (+VAT). Simply click here to book your place securely with PayPal. Alternatively, please email info@newgeneration-publishing.com immediately.

We look forward to meeting you all on the 9th!

New Generation Publishing

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