Indie Publishing From A to Z

Have you been creating your own world or preserving your thoughts for the future? If you’ve thought about publishing your work and want to know what options you have, come learn the ins and outs of the publishing process.

Key Program Information
Categories Continuing Education | Youth and Community Programs
Program Type Non-Credit
Delivery Format Face-to-Face

Who Should Attend

Anyone who is interested in writing or the publishing industry.

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Program Description

Get your work into the wild

The world of publishing continually goes through rapid changes. Self or indie publishing doesn’t have the stigma it once did, but there are still pitfalls, dead ends, and ways that you can easily overspend or have a bad experience. This class is designed to help demystify the entire publishing process. You will learn the ins and outs of indie publishing, and as a result, will have the knowledge to successfully indie publish your own book. At the end, even if you choose to go through a traditional publisher, knowing what your options are will make you a more savvy author.

Instructors

Darren Kirby is the author of over 17 books, both fiction and non-fiction. His books have sold in the United States, Canada, England, Australia, and several European countries. He has appeared in many newspapers around the state of Wisconsin, has been on several podcasts around the country, and was featured on NBC-TV Channel 13 in Eau Claire on their morning show, "Hello Wisconsin". He has been a professional writer for a decade, and loves talking about all aspects of writing and publishing.