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Friday, May 10 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Creating The Collection: Collaborative Anthology Publishing Projects

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Indie publishing is no longer a dirty word and has instead become a viable option for writers looking to get their works out into the world. One of the ways to utilize the new platform is through collaborative works. Learn the pros and cons of joining forces to create an independently published anthology, what to watch out for, what mistakes to avoid and how to make the project a fun success for everyone involved. It's not the right choice for everyone, but it might be the right one for you.

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avatar for Erik T Johnson

Erik T Johnson

SpecFic Writer, Writer
I am an author from Brooklyn, NYC, whose work has appeared in many excellent literary periodicals and anthologies, including all volumes of Written Backwards' Chiral Mad series, and the #1 Amazon bestseller, I Can Taste the Blood, a five-author novella collection including Josh Malerman... Read More →
avatar for Brian Kirk

Brian Kirk

Hi. My name is Brian Kirk, and I write strange, often scary stories.My debut novel, We Are Monsters, was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award in the first novel category. And my short fiction has been published in several notable magazines and anthologies, such as Gutted: Beautiful... Read More →
avatar for Rob E. Boley

Rob E. Boley

I like to make blank pages darker.
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Rena Mason

Awards Co-Chair/Guest Liaison/Pitch Sessions Organizer, Horror Writers Association
Guests of Honor contact for travel/hotel information.Please direct questions regarding the Bram Stoker Awards to stokerchair@horror.org



Friday May 10, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Thornapple Room

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