LOOKING FOR AUTHORS (AGAIN)
If have written a book lately (or not so lately), we’re still looking for authors to be interviewed on Late Last Night Books!
A publicity opportunity
Once again, I am looking for authors who want help publicizing their books or writing project in future blog posts. In my experience, getting your name and work “out there” is the most painful part of being a writer. I’m hoping this blog can help make that process a little less painful for others–especially writers (and that’s most of us) who don’t have well-funded publicity machines working on our behalf.
In the past this offer has brought forth many talented writers, including Todd London, Harriet Arden Byrd, Bill Woods, Nancy Burke, Lila Iona McKenzie, Anna Marsh, and Michael J. Tucker, who had fascinating stories to share.
So once again I’m looking for new authors as I plan blogs for the coming year. I know there are many more of you out there, so don’t be shy. Sharing these stories is what Late Last Night Books is all about.
Any kind of “author” is fair game here. Whether you write fiction, non-fiction, poetry, plays, translations, and anything else involving putting words together. I’d love to know more about what you’re doing.
How To Get in Touch
Want to share your story? Send me a note via my website or in the comments section below and let me know a bit about you and/or your work–as well as how to reach you via email.
Most likely I’ll have questions. If I do, I’ll circle back about setting up an interview so I can share it here in the months to come. It’s really easy, and most authors love to talk about their books, their writing process, and–let’s be honest—themselves.
Looking forward to hearing from you, and happy writing!
TERRA ZIPORYN is an award-winning novelist, playwright, and science writer whose numerous popular health and medical publications include The New Harvard Guide to Women’s Health, Nameless Diseases, and Alternative Medicine for Dummies. Her novels include Do Not Go Gentle, The Bliss of Solitude, and Time’s Fool, which in 2008 was awarded first prize for historical fiction by the Maryland Writers Association. Terra has participated in both the Bread Loaf Writers Conference and the Old Chatham Writers Conference and for many years was a member of Theatre Building Chicago’s Writers Workshop (New Tuners). A former associate editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), she has a PhD in the history of science and medicine from the University of Chicago and a BA in both history and biology from Yale University, where she also studied playwriting with Ted Tally. Her latest novel, Permanent Makeup, is available in paperback and as a Kindle Select Book.
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