The Future of Publishing

  • 17 May 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Marie Callendar's Restaurant 9503 Research Blvd. Austin, TX 78759

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Publishing, as we know it, is changing.  Every day there are new stories of authors and artists across industries who are taking their careers into their own hands and choosing to self publish. A variety of influences are propelling this change: the Internet itself, digital printing vendors like Lulu and Blurb, user-friendly desktop publishing software and lest we forget, the bottom-line publishing houses who are taking fewer risks and offering reduced incentives.

Will self-publishing de-throne the kings of publishing?  Will indie authors get the respect that they long for?  What is the future of publishing and self-publishing in general?

Come hear our speaker, Bryony Gomez-Palacio of UnderConsideration LLC, share her experiences with traditional publishing, and her move to self-publishingundefinedand why she believes there is no going back. Four titles, four experiences, and lessons learned she has many insights to share.

We hope you will join us in May for what is sure to be an informative, insightful and inspiring presentation.

Biography 

Born and raised in Mexico City, Bryony Gomez-Palacio is a graphic designer and writer now living in Austin, Texas. She is co-founder of UnderConsideratio a graphic design firm and publishing enterprise all rolled into one where she manages the behind-the-scenes of the online network compromised of Brand New, FPO, Quipsologies and the soon to be re-launched Design Encyclopedia. Bryony has co-authored four books with her husband and partner, Armin Vit their most recent efforts being Graphic Design, Referenced and the self-published Flaunt. Most recently, they conceived and presented the Brand New Conference in New York City and the upcoming 2010 Brand New Awards. Bryony enjoys conducting workshops and lecturing when not tending to her two young daughters.



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