Learn about publishing at the Campbell Library

Quill writingThis Thursday, April 22, the Campbell branch of the Santa Clara County Library is presenting a special program on the publishing business. The program should be interested for anyone interested in becoming a writer, or just interested in how publishing works. There will be special attention to the children’s books business, and a question-and-answer session. Two publishing industry insiders will be presenting:

Leslie Fitch is a book designer who has done a lot of work on fine art books for academic presses. Her website has a portfolio of her work.

Laurie Gibson is a veteran editor and proofreader. According to her profile at the Central Coast Writer’s Club, she’s also written over 200 articles for newspapers, magazines, websites, and other outlets.

The presentation runs from 7 to 8:30 pm on Thursday, April 22. It’s located in the Community Room at the Campbell Library, 77 Harrison Avenue in Campbell. There is no charge to attend.

(Thanks to Chris at the Campbell Library for this story)

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