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Saturday, April 21 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Self-publishing: Do I or don't I?

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Not sure if you want to follow the traditional publishing route? Five authors give you some real world advice from the trenches.

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Mark Harlan Challe

Mark Harlan is an author and high school teacher who uses his unique perspective on students to defy social norms and conventions in his writings. Mark strives to help every student reach their full potential while understanding that each student comes from different backgrounds that... Read More →
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Ted Prokash

Ted Prokash is the author of three novels on Joyless House Publishing: A Fool for Lesser Things (2011), The Brothers Connolly (2015) and Journey to the Center of the Dream (2016). His fourth book, Napawaupee County Blues is due for publication by Expat Press in 2018. Ted curates... Read More →
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Lee Pulaski

Lee Pulaski wrote his first novel in 2007. Inspired by the beautiful fall foliage of northern Wisconsin, he used the backdrop to craft a tale of love between two men in a small town. From there, Lee continued writing stories featuring gay protagonists. In the last few years, he shifted... Read More →
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Christine Reynebeau

I am from Green Bay, WI and first published starting in 2014. I am an indie publisher, work in youth development, and am actively involved in my community. I am always looking for the next challenge!
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Angie Stanton

Angie Stanton is a life-long daydreamer who grew up with a book in her hands and her head in the clouds. As an adult, she’s put her talent to use writing contemporary fiction about life, love, and the adventures that follow. Angie has a Journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin... Read More →