DM Ink Publishing workshops on spoken word/poetry, creative writing and publishing seminar topics. Including topics covered during the B.W.O.T (Black Writers On Tour) Workshop Convention in Los Angeles, CA.
Established Author Publisher and Motivational Speaker Darrell Mitchell II Shared Valuable Tips At Recent Black Writers on Tour Event
BLACK WRITERS ON TOUR
The Largest Cultural Event in Southern California for Black America—Black Writers On Tour. It’s larger and more dynamic this years—the Eighteenth Annual. , Sat. April 19, 2014. Meet over 100 authors in one setting. Chat with fiction, non-fiction, self-help, Christian writers, children writers, poetry etc., and free exhibits throughout the day. General admission is free, free parking. Free writing classes for children ages 10-15, children writer’s showcase and Mascot for youth. There are 10 seminars for writers and aspiring writers. Let The Elders Speak Forum:) “Facing Today’s Challenges” The Role Of The Elders And What They Must Do To Shape A Better Future For The Next Generation. 323-750-3592, for seminar topics/schedule http://www.blackwritersontour.com. The Renowned Dr. Claud Anderson is the keynote speaker. There Is Something For Everybody!
Seminar Speaker-Darrell Mitchell II-Author, Publisher, Motivational Speaker
10:00–11:00 Every Thing You Need To Know When Looking For A Line Editor, Story Editor, Cover Designer, Book Layout Designer, Illustrator, Publisher, Printer, Web Designer, PR Person
Autographed Books, Spoken Word Albums, DM Ink T-Shirts,
WHAT: BLACK WRITERS ON TOUR CONFERENCE
Carson, California USA
WHEN: Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
WHERE: The Congresswoman JMM Community Center
801 E. Carson Street
Carson, California 90746
PURPOSE: To give broad public exposure to authors and writers; increase book sales; motivate, and develop aspiring new writers among children and adults; expose parents and educators to materials and programs for reading improvement; provide an outreach platform for publishers and information providers to the buying public, and the literary industry