I’ve been thinking about the value of conventions to writers lately, specifically with some wistfulness because I’m missing Dragon Con yet again. As you probably know, I’m a big proponent of self-promotion and what better place to sell yourself than at a convention? Listen in and hear more.
00:00 — Opening – Get Published, Episode 12
- Everything has to start somewhere and this is the start of “Get Published”
0:14 — Introduction – Show #12: The Value of Conventions to a Writer
Welcome to the show.
00:45 — Promos: Variant Frequencies
01:45 — Show #12: The Value of Conventions to a Writer (continued)
- Dan has both a comment and a question courtesy of the K7 voicemail line
- Email feedback at getpublishedpodcast dot com with your comments or call the voiceline at (206) 339-1258
06:44 — Promos: Goblin Market
07:49 — Show #12: The Value of Conventions to a Writer (continued)
I talk about how a convention can help you as a writer. We also get comments from Tina Hunter at www.tinahunter.ca
21:17 — Promos: Personal Effects: Sword of Blood
Let me know what you think and definitely use the voicemail line to your heart’s content!
Tags: conventions, Get Published, goblin market, irreverent muse, jc hutchins, jennifer hudock, mike plested, panel discussions, Personal Effects, promoting, robert j sawyer, Sword of Blood, terry brooks, tina hunter, variant frequencies, writing