This workshop will feature Jeanine Hall Gaile, who’ll be using her recently published book, PR for Poets, as the basis for the workshop. Jeanine writes “Topics include what to expect when you get your book accepted, planning a book launch, social media musts—and more! Special topics such as “how to promote a book if I’m an introvert?” and “how do I promote my book with a disability or chronic illness?” will be addressed. The fee for the workshop is $24 and a free copy of PR for Poets (a $16 value) will be included.
To register, follow this link, then print the form, fill it out and send it in with your $24.00 check payable to OPN (the address is on the form). There are limited seats available so reservations will be on a first come, first serve basis. To find out if there are seats available or for other questions, e-mail the board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reading will be held at 7:00 p.m. Gailey will be reading from her many books of poetry, including The Robot Scientist’s Daughter and Field Guide to the End of the World, at Traditions Café. The Café will not be open for service. The reading is free and Jeanine’s books will be available for purchase.
Jeanine Hall Gailey is the author of five books of poetry, Becoming the Villainess, She Returns to the Floating World, Unexplained Fevers, The Robot Scientist’s Daughter, and Field Guide to the End of the World(winner of the Moon City Press Book Prize and SFPA’s Elgin Award), Jeanine Hall Gailey has served as Poet Laureate of Redmond and written the nonfiction book, PR for Poets: A Guidebook to Publicity and Marketing. Her work has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac, Verse Daily, and The Best Horror of the Year. She has been published in journals such as American Poetry Review, Notre Dame Review and Prairie Schooner. Her website is www.webbish6.com, her twitter is @webbish6.