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Publish That Book!

Publish That Book!
Join author and publisher Robin Moore on March 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. for a revealing look at the process and practice of shaping a writing project into a successful e-book. During this free workshop at The Graduate Institute, Moore will teach how this new technology can make publishing dreams a reality.
Moore has made his living for more than 30 years as an author and storyteller. His children's books have been published by the world's largest publishers and by his own independent publishing house, Groundhog Press. In the last year, he has converted 13 of his most popular books to e-book format on the Amazon.com platform. Robin is also the facilitator for The Graduate Institute's ePublishing Center, and Program Coordinator of the Master of Arts program in Writing and Oral Tradition.
The MA in Writing and Oral Tradition offers a unique and highly effective approach to helping emerging writers develop their authentic voice and create compelling written work. Students become part of a close-knit writing community and develop projects in the genres of memoir, poetry, children’s literature, short story, non-fiction, screenplay and more. Classes meet one weekend per month (Friday night and Saturday) in Bethany and are beginning May 2.
The Graduate Institute, 171 Amity Rd, Bethany. 203-874-4252. [email protected] Register for the workshop at www.Learn.edu/events. To learn more about the Writing and Oral Tradition program visit www.Learn.edu/ot.
HAR2014-03NBTheGradInstWOTwithlogoJoin author and publisher Robin Moore on March 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. for a revealing look at the process and practice of shaping a writing project into a successful e-book. During this free workshop at The Graduate Institute, Moore will teach how this new technology can make publishing dreams a reality.
Moore has made his living for more than 30 years as an author and storyteller. His children's books have been published by the world's largest publishers and by his own independent publishing house, Groundhog Press. In the last year, he has converted 13 of his most popular books to e-book format on the Amazon.com platform. Robin is also the facilitator for The Graduate Institute's ePublishing Center, and Program Coordinator of the Master of Arts program in Writing and Oral Tradition.
The MA in Writing and Oral Tradition offers a unique and highly effective approach to helping emerging writers develop their authentic voice and create compelling written work. Students become part of a close-knit writing community and develop projects in the genres of memoir, poetry, children’s literature, short story, non-fiction, screenplay and more. Classes meet one weekend per month (Friday night and Saturday) in Bethany and are beginning May 2.
The Graduate Institute, 171 Amity Rd, Bethany. 203-874-4252. [email protected] Register for the workshop at www.Learn.edu/events. To learn more about the Writing and Oral Tradition program visit www.Learn.edu/ot.
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