Indie Author Day 2016 Recap
On October 8, 2016, nearly 300 libraries across North America invited thousands of local writers in their communities to join them for a day of celebration and inspiration devoted to indie authors. During the inaugural Indie Author Day, libraries big and small hosted events where local authors connected, networked, shared experiences and offered advice to one another, while also featuring locally-written books to library patrons in their communities. Libraries can continue to find new ways to support and serve indie authors with our upcoming webinars and events that will be ongoing throughout the year.
Learn About Previous Indie Author Day Events
When libraries across the U.S. and Canada came together to support local writers for Indie Author Day 2016, authors were able to make crucial connections in their communities. Check out what libraries did to celebrate indie publishing below. Or, check out our gallery to see all of the images that have been shared with us so far.
Los Angeles Public Library’s Indie Author Day
Indie Author Conference & Showcase
Debbi Mack at Harford County Public Library
BiblioTech's Indie Creator Day
Victoria Noe at Local Author Event
54 Things at 54 Olmsted
More Ways to Connect
Interested in learning about more ways to connect with your local indie writing community now that Indie Author Day 2016 is over? With our upcoming webinar series, blog posts and more, the Indie Author Day team has what you need to support local authorship all year long.