Libraries Publish

Libraries Publish

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How can your library provide high-quality content to patrons, showcase local writers and faculty, and create buzz for the library? Learn from Stephanie Katz, founding editor of the award-winning literary journal 805 Lit + Art, how to launch a publishing project at any type and size of library, often for little to no cost.

In her recent webinar with our partners at Niche Academy, LU author Stephanie Katz shares the basic steps to publish and promote a print and digital book, as well as ideas for programming and community partnerships. Viewers of this free webinar will come away with:

  • Reasons to publish, including capturing vital local information, promoting diverse writers, reaching underserved populations, and illuminating special collections
  • Detailed information on how to choose and start your publishing project
  • Examples of publishing programs from libraries across North America
  • Tips for publishing on a budget

Watch the video below (will open in new tab via Niche Academy):

Stephanie Katz’s book, Libraries Publish: How to Start a Magazine, Small Press, Blog, and More (Libraries Unlimited 2021), is your go-to resource for starting a publishing project.

Read more and look inside! Use the promo code NICHE to save 20% at checkout.

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