Nonfiction Writers Conference


The annual virtual Nonfiction Writers Conference is in May. This event is online; attendees participate via phone or Skype with speakers over three days. Rich in content and low on hype, the conference requires no travel and brings top industry speakers into your living room. Register at

To give you an idea of the programming, speakers for the 2017 Nonfiction Writers Conference included:

Stephanie Barko, Literary Publicist – Book Publicity in the Digital Age

Brooke Warner, Publisher, She Writes Press – Self Publishing 101

Kathryn Miller Goldman, Attorney – Intellectual Property and Other Legal Concerns for Writers

Jeff Kleinman, Literary Agent – Land that Book Deal: A Literary Agent’s Perspective

Stacy Ennis, Book Coach – Finish that Book! Writing Routines, Goal-Setting and Planning Your Next Book

Corey Perlman, eBoot Camp – Creating Consumable Content for Social Media

Michael Port, Presentation Coach & Speaker – Heroic Speaking: How to Give the Best Presentations of Your Life

Liz Bedor, Content Marketer – Building Blocks of Content Strategy for Authors

Richard Rieman, Audio Book Producer / Narrator – How to Produce Audio Books

Stephanie Chandler, Nonfiction Authors Association – The Profitable Influencer: Revenue Streams for Authors

Suzannah Baum, Speaker Trainer – Public Speaking: How to Leave Your Audience Wanting More

Dave Chesson, Kindlepreneur – Mastering Amazon Kindle Book Sales Strategies

Phil Frost, Online Ad Exec – Advertising with Facebook and Google

Karen Clark, Social Marketer – Instagram for Authors

Have a seat on your couch and join in as industry leaders cover how to publish, promote, and profit from your nonfiction books!

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  1. I write nonfiction and somehow didn’t know about this. Thanks for sharing.

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