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How To Self-Publish and Sell Poetry in the Digital Era: Michael La Ronn

Book Expo BEA 2017 IAF LogoThis post is part of Book Expo Indie Author Fringe, an online author conference that showcases the best self-publishing advice and education for authors across the world — harnessing the global reach of the Alliance of Independent Authors’ network. Our self-publishing conference features well-known indie authors and advisors, for 24 sessions over 24-hours, in a one-day extravaganza of self-publishing expertise straight to your email inbox.

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Everybody knows that poetry doesn’t sell, right? Wrong, says Michael La Ronn. The ebook era and self-publishing have created new opportunities that make it easier than ever for poets with the right tools and the right perspective. This session offers an abundance of tips on using current publishing trends to monetize poetry, whether it be a single poem, an existing collection, or your next manuscript. A must-see presentation for any poet who wants to stand out in this genre.

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  1. Michael, I’ve been reading and writing poems since paper and pencil days! Dealing with technology has not been a favorite thing for me to do, and I still prefer being traditionally published. However, I did manage to upload a couple of Kindle e-books on writing and poetry but not of my actual poems – most of which have been previously published in journals and e-zines.

    Your video now inspires me to group poems for e-books. If I can figure out how to do audio books, too, that would be great as I normally like to read my work aloud (presently have a touch of laryngitis.)

    Thanks so much for your encouraging words and excellent ideas. God bless.

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