Do you write stories for children and would like to break into the educational writing market? Here’s your chance to learn all about it in Brisbane on the 11th August 2011.
Writing and selling an educational book isn’t quite the same as publishing a novel. Educational publishers have different needs and constraints, and it’s essential to know the market before you get started with your project. Experienced professional author Pamela Rushby will explain what’s different about this publishing category and how you can maximise your chances of success.
SPECIAL DEAL: You can get 2 tickets for the price of 1 if you mention my name when you ring the Queensland Writers Centre.
Author, Pam Rushby will present a workshop, More about Getting Published in the Educational Market.
Pam is a very successful writer of both fiction and non-fiction and she has many titles in all areas of the educational publishing arena. She is also a generous sharer of knowledge and experience.
WHEN: Thursday 11 August 6pm-8pm
COST: QWC members $65; Concession members $55; Non-members $110 (remember, 2 for 1 so you and a friend will only pay half each)
VENUE: Queensland Writers Centre, Level 2, State Library of Queensland
Bookings: contact QWC by calling 07 3842 9922