In this panel discussion we’ll explore how “influencers” can help spread the word about your books and augment your traditional publicity and marketing campaigns in an energy- and cost-efficient way.
Diversity in publishing has been a much-discussed topic among publishing professionals in the last several years. But what can we as publishing professionals do to actually make publishing a more inclusive industry?
Join the Minnesota Book Publishers’ Roundtable for the 2019 Internship Fair, where publishers will be on-site to answer your questions, take résumés, and discuss the opportunities available at their companies.
Print products have been a staple of publishing since its beginnings. In the last decade, ebooks have also become ubiquitous. But what other options exist for our content? Speakers at this month’s luncheon will discuss the fascinating new platforms.
The front cover of a book must represent the content, it must sell the book, and in a way that is creative and visually engaging. How do cross-department teams work together effectively and harmoniously to generate that perfect cover?
In publishing, we’re always looking for ways to do things faster, better, and cheaper. The ability to work efficiently can have a direct impact on the bottom line. Our group of presenters will walk us through four different tools that can help with that quest.
A panel of experienced editors and designers, both in-house and freelance, will discuss the ins and outs of building healthy working relationships between freelancers and publishers.
Join us to learn how to use an ecological lens to see finance from different perspectives. If you are involved in money matters at any level, the concept of sustainability, and cross-department communication, this is a presentation for you.
Join the Minnesota Book Publishers’ Roundtable for the 2020 Internship Fair, where publishers will be on-site to answer your questions, take résumés, and discuss the opportunities available at their companies.
Join publishing professionals discussing the challenges and adaptations that their teams have made to content creation, marketing, production, distribution, and sales workflows during the stay-at-home orders in our state and across the country.
Many publishing companies have been looking for ways to improve diversity within the industry. Our September webinar featured a panel of three publishing professionals discussing how they have created internships, mentorships, or fellowships for people from marginalized communities who are looking to enter the industry. Our panelists were Helen Maimaris, the managing editor of F(r)iction… Read More →