INFO: detroit's first electronic bookfair
May 13, 2007 02:54 PDT
| ||INFO: detroit's first electronic bookfair
Contact: Sylvia Hubbard
DETROIT’S 1ST ELECTRONIC BOOKFAIR
June 16th, 2007
Group educates Metro Detroiters
about the new literary technology
On June 16th from 3pm to 6pm, Detroit will mark an initial venture into
literary technology with the first ever Electronic Book Festival, which will be
held at The Detroit Impact Center, 9930 Greenfield, Detroit, 48227.
From the Wikipedia Dictionary an e-book is sometimes called an electronic
book, is an electronic (or digital) equivalent of a conventional printed book.
E-books are an emerging and rapidly changing technology that can be read in
various formats from many electronic devices including palms, cell phones, and
e-book readers. (also: eBook, ebook)
Experts predict that by the year 2010, e-book sales in the United States
will top over 100 million. Large publishers that use to shun the technology now
are opening up e-book publishing houses such as Harlequin and Simon and
Prior to the book festival there will be an Internet Writers 101 Workshop
from 9am to 3pm. Fee for workshop can include a resource book and lunch. For
more information, please go to http://motownwriters.com or The Michigan Literary
Network at http://michiganliterarynetwork.com.
Interested sponsors, vendors and media can contact: 313.289.8614 or email
Readers: Free / Workshop Registrants & Vendors: $.
To register online go to: http://detroitwritersinternet.eventbrite.com
If you're interested in getting your book in e-book format or would like
ways to provide electronic books for your publishing company, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for consultation and setups.
Sponsored by: Motown Writers Network, The Michigan Literary Network and The
African American Electronic Network
Sylvia Hubbard - Author and Founder of Motown Writers Network
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