Are you interested in the publishing world? Do you want tips and tricks on how to become a published
author or how to self-publish? Have you considered marketing strategies and business plans? Then join
us for a panel discussion and Q&A featuring local authors and editors.
Our panelists include:
Sarah Pinsker, winner of the 2016 Nebula Award for her novelette Our Lady of the Open Road;
Kenneth Rogers, Jr., author of seven books, including Thoughts in Italics and Raped Black Male;
Ben Anderson, self-published author of The McGunnegal Chronicles;
Christine Stewart, Editor-in-Chief of Del Sol Press, recipient of an Individual Artist Award in fiction from
the Maryland State Arts Council, and writing teacher in the Johns Hopkins Odyssey program;
Gregg Wilhelm is the co-founder of Woodholme Publishers, founder of the non-profit literary arts
organization CityLit Project, and launched the CityLit Press imprint.
Registration is required. Contact the Central Library, Humanities Department at
410-396-5487 to register or for more details.
Sarah Pinsker Kenneth Rogers, Jr. Ben Anderson Christine Stewart Gregg Wilhelm
Saturday, November 18 1 p.m.