[PAST EVENT] December Afternoon Workshop: Deep Dive into Hybrid Publishing
About this event:
Everything You’ve Wanted to Know about Hybrid Publishing, But Were Afraid to Ask
Afternoon Workshop with Brooke Warner:
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Morning Session: 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM
(see separate event)
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To register (no advance payment necessary), please send an email to [email protected] letting us know that you will be coming to this afternoon workshop.
If you are a member of BAIPA, then your fee is $25. If you are a guest, your fee is $40.
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Hybrid publishing (not to be confused with being a “hybrid author”) is a growing segment of the publishing industry, with more and more publishers entering into this space or wanting to understand what it’s all about. In this longer program, Brooke Warner, publisher of the hybrid press, She Writes Press, will detail what qualifies presses to be hybrid, what the emerging hybrid press best practices are, and where we’re going from here as the middle ground of publishing opens up to encompass ever more creative and inclusive business models. We will do a deep dive into the various hybrid business models that exist, including contracts, royalties, distribution, and more. We’ll talk about how to work with authors, and how to be a successful hybrid author. This session will include nuts and bolts about money, how to make it work, and the value, always, of professional publishing standards.
The speaker will dive deeper into the four takeaways from the morning session.
About the speaker
Brooke Warner is the publisher of She Writes Press, president of Warner Coaching Inc., and author of Green-light Your Book, What’s Your Book?, How to Sell Your Memoir, and the co-author of Breaking Ground on Your Memoir. Brooke’s expertise is in traditional and new publishing. She is the former Executive Editor of Seal Press and currently sits on the boards of the Independent Book Publishers Association, the Bay Area Book Festival, and the National Association of Memoir Writers. She writes a monthly column for Publishers Weekly and blogs actively on Huffington Post Books and SheWrites.com. She lives and works in Berkeley, California.