Join industry leaders at 2 pm EST on October 8th, 2016 as they offer up guidance and insight to local writers — streaming in hundreds of libraries across the U.S. and Canada.
Whether you’re new to the writing world or are a literary veteran, you know that there is much to be learned from people from all across the industry. For the first time in a global panel presentation, leaders from the literary technology world, a librarian, a leader in review publications, publishing experts and writers will all come together to offer inspiration and advice to your local indie community. Learn more about the experts who will be featured on the digital presentation below:
Jon Fine, a First Amendment attorney, is best known in the publishing industry as the longtime Director of Author and Publisher Relations for Amazon. He left that position at the beginning of 2015 after almost a decade with the company, and now is consulting in professional online and traditional media and e-commerce, both in legal and business affairs.
Prior to joining Amazon.com, Fine served as VP and Associate General Counsel for Random House, Inc., where he directed legal affairs for the Alfred A. Knopf division as well as for Random House of Canada. Fine previously served as Senior Media Counsel at NBC, handling content and associated issues for NBC News, Saturday Night Live, MSNBC, CNBC and other divisions. He also served as counsel at King World Productions for Inside Edition and other “reality-based” programming. He is a graduate of Cornell University and of the University of Virginia School of Law, and he’s a native New Yorker.
All 200+ participating libraries will be able to live stream this panel presentation to their writing communities from Youtube at 2 pm EST on October 8th, 2016. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn from the best alongside other writers in your community!
Libraries that want to get involved can sign up today to host a local Indie Author Day event, and then can stream the digital gathering to their indie writing communities during that day.
Authors who are interested in viewing the panel presentation can visit the nearest participating library to check it out.