Georgetown, Co: Self Publishing Workshop for Aspiring Authors and Curious Readers

June 3, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/Denver Timezone
Georgetown Heritage Center
809 Taos St
Georgetown, CO 80444
The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program

The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program In Collaboration with CIPA Offer One-Day Workshop at The Georgetown Heritage Center


The event will take place on June 3, 2017 from 1:00pm to 8pm at the Georgetown Heritage Center, 809 Taos Street, Georgetown, CO.

Georgetown, Colorado — The Road More Traveled: Self Publishing Workshop for Aspiring Authors and Curious Readers is designed for aspiring writers and curious readers to learn about the world of independent self-publishing. According to the workshop description, “Attendees will learn about the importance of working with a sound, professional editor, book design, including how the book cover is important for shelf presence, and how to market their works. Curious readers will learn the above, but also how a writer thinks, thought processes, creative storytelling, and what a writer goes through to put thoughts into words and then onto paper.”

The Road More Traveled will begin at 1:00 with The Writer’s Path: The Adventure Begins, a workshop presented by award winning author of Sisyphus Wins, Jerry Fabyanic. According to Jerry, “this workshop will focus on the early stages of the [writing] adventure, to move from the point of inspiration, known in Joseph Campbell speak as the Call to Adventure, and the inevitable resistance that surfaces, which Campbell called the Refusal of the Call, to become a writer: Crossing the Threshold.”

From 3-5pm participants will attend a self-publishing panel discussion that will include a professional editor, book designer and other publishing professionals. Participants will have the opportunity to ask panel members specific questions. At 6:30pm there will be a Colorado author’s reading and book signing event that is open to the public. All are welcome.

The Georgetown Heritage Center: The restored 1874 Georgetown school reopened in Fall 2015 as the Georgetown Heritage Center, a place to celebrate our past, exhibit and practice traditional crafts and fine arts, hear lectures, enjoy live performances and other leisure activities, and hold meetings and conferences.The Heritage Center is a property of the Georgetown Trust for Conservation and Preservation, Inc, a Colorado non-profit, IRS tax exempt 501(c)(3)corporation. For more information visit

Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA): is a nonprofit statewide cooperative of authors, independent book publishers and publishing professionals. CIPA was founded in 1992 as a lunch group by a small group of independent publishers. for more information visit

When: June 3, 2017
Time: 1-8pm
Where: Georgetown Heritage Center
Cost: $30 for workshop and panel discussion – Register here.

Evening reading and signing is free and open to public

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