Topic: ChapBooks Panel Part Two
Guests Ann Chiappette and Abbie Johnson Taylor
Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King
This portion of the Chapbooks focuses on publishing opportunities. From strategies and options to challenges, Annie Chiappetta and Abbie Johnson Taylor join Kathy and Cheryl to discuss how ChapBooksoffer insight on many aspects of publishing, designing and printing chapbooks. Remember from Part One, these can be short stories, essays, poems and more! This is a fast-paced episode which moves quickly! Don’t miss this discussion of innovative ideas for emerging and experienced authors! Gain insights and answers on marketing, pilot-testing, and/or distributing your work inexpensively! From a stepping stone strategy, to a ‘Calling card”, experimental publication, serial or thematic editions of poems, short stories, essays and more. We cover the landscape of chapbooks- e-books, blogs, hard copy… you’ll just have to listen.
Part Two – (Episode 15)
- Publishing posibilities
- Accessible options for publishing
- Accessible/large print options
- More printing strategies and options
- Considerations for submitting to contests
[PRIOR EPISODE. Part One- (Episode 14). ]
- What are the benefits for authors and readers?
- A festival of Chapbooks?
- How could authors use them?
- what can be published in Chapbooks?
- How do you publish them?
- Where did they origimate?
Our Featured ChapBook Authors
Abbie Johnson Taylor Email: [email protected] Abbie Johnson Taylor is the author of two novels, two poetry collections, and a memoir. Her work has appeared in Magnets and Ladders, The Weekly Avocet, and other publications. She is visually impaired and lives in Sheridan, Wyoming. Please visit her website at: www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
Ann Chiappetta M.S. author and poet. Email: [email protected] Facebook: Anniedungarees Ann’s poems, creative nonfiction, essays and fiction regularly appear in journals, online magazines, blogs and small press reviews. Ann’s poetry has found a place in the pages of Breath and Shadow’s 2016 debut anthology, Dozen: The Best of Breath and how Shadow. Four books fill Ann’s authorly shelves and a fifth book is on its way in 2021. One overarching goal for Ann is to offer her books in all eBook, print and audio and file formats. Besides reading and writing, Ann spends time with her two- and four-footed family in New York’s historic and beautiful lower Hudson valley and continues to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with her assistive technology. Find her on the web: http://www.annchiappetta.com and read her blog: www.thought-wheel.com
Abbie Johnson Taylor
- Website/Blog. www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
- Steuben Press. https://www.steubenpress.com
- DLD Books – https://www.dldbooks.com
- Smashwords- https://www.smashwords.com
- New York Chapbook Festival. https://www.centerforthehumanities.org/lost-and-found/nyc-cuny-chapbook-festival
- Podcast e-mail: [email protected]
- Website: https://writingworkswonders.com/
- Phone or text: 347-467-0221 (Not a toll-free number)
- Follow us on
- — Facebook @WritingWorksWonders
- — Twitter @WritingWksPod
- Don’t miss any special events! Sign-up for Email Alerts
- Support this podcast through our Tip Jar or Patreon.
Cheryl McNeil Fisher – Author, Keynote Speaker, Educator and Coach. Seminars and Workshops Adults and Children. https://www.cherylmcneilfisher.com/ Submit your work for publication on our site. Guest blogging, poetry, short stories at: https://www.livinginspiredfullyeveryday.com/
Dr. Kathleen P. King– Author, Author Coach, Speaker & Professor (Ret.). http://www.transformationed.com/ Interested in technology and adult learning? Check out Dr. King’s newest book from Wiley: http://bit.ly/King2017
We are proud to be hosted by ACB Community
Find more resources and episodes for this podcast at https://writingworkswonders.com/
Support Writing Works Wonders: Advancing Beyond Barriers by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/writing-works-wonders