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Sunday, April 7 • 10:00am - 11:15am
9J: Getting Media Attention for Your Book
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Do you know how to tap into national media outlets with compelling pitches to get the word out about your novel, memoir or nonfiction book? Getting exposure on television, radio, print or on heavily trafficked sites can really move the dial in terms of sales. In this session, two seasoned authors will share tips on finding the right hooks for your book, and tailoring your message to your target media and audience. We will do an interactive exercise called “Great Pitch or Strikeout?” to learn which angles work and which ones fizzle. You will learn to begin thinking of yourself as an expert, and putting yourself in a busy producer or editor’s shoes. Come along and learn how to hone in on and emphasize your themes, even if you have yet to complete your opus.

Presenters
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Lynne Griffin

Author, GIRL SENT AWAY
Lynne Reeves Griffin is the author of the novels Girl Sent Away (SixOneSeven Books), Sea Escape (Simon & Schuster), and Life Without Summer (St Martins Press), and the nonfiction guides Let’s Talk About It: Adolescent Mental Health (SixOneSeven Books), and Negotiation Generation... Read More →
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Katrin Schumann

Author, THE FORGOTTEN HOURS
Katrin Schumann is the author of the novel The Forgotten Hours (Lake Union, 2019) and numerous nonfiction books. She is the Program Coordinator of the Key West Literary Seminar. For the past ten years she has been teaching writing, most recently at GrubStreet and in MA prisons, through... Read More →


Sunday April 7, 2019 10:00am - 11:15am
Cambridge Room - 4th Floor

Attendees (45)