Self-Promotion Workshop for Writers: Best Practices

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Port Washington Public Library
Hagedorn Meeting Room

Event Details

Wondering how to promote your writing without making yourself crazy? At this workshop, author Natalie S Harnett will discuss different forms of self-promotion that can be realistically accomplished. The author will also offer tips from her own experience, which will include publicity techniques that she found helpful as well as techniques that she did not find helpful. Natalie S. Harnett has an MFA from Columbia in Fiction and has been awarded an Edward Albee Fellowship, a Summer Literary Seminars Fellowship, and a Vermont Studio Center Writer’s Grant. Her fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. It has also been a finalist for the Mary McCarthy Prize, the Mid-List Press First Series Award, the Glimmer Train’s Short Story Award, and The Ray Bradbury Short Story Fellowship.  Her publications include the Chicago Quarterly Review, The Irish Echo, & The New York Times. Her debut novel, THE HOLLOW GROUND, won the John Gardner Book Award, the Appalachian Book of the Year Award and was long listed for the International Dublin Literary Award. She lives on Long Island and Northeastern PA with her family. Made Possible by the Career & Personal Finance Center,

Event Type(s): Career and Finance
Presenter: Natalie S. Harnett
Denise Anchico
(516) 883-4400 ext. 1404

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