Founded in 1983, The Independent Book Publishers Association (formerly PMA) is a trade association of more than 4,000 independent publishers that serves book, audio, and video publishers in the US and abroad through cooperative marketing programs, education, and advocacy.
Publishing University, sponsored by PMA, is the most comprehensive and respected educational program in the publishing industry. Publishing University features three days of programming with four keynote speakers, early bird sessions, the Benjamin Franklin Awards Ceremony, and 85 courses in eight tracks:
● Basic Publicity
● Advanced Publicity
● Editorial and Production
● General Publishing, Legal and Finance
● Advanced Track (See Advanced Track attendee pre-requisites, below)
2009 Publishing University: May 26-28 at the Roosevelt Hotel, 45 East 45th Street New York. Register now.
Wednesday, May 27 7:00-8:15am: ASK THE EXPERTS
Wednesday, May 27 (10:30-12pm): David Mathison will present a class on Web 2.0 tools for authors and publishers with publicist and journalist Nettie Hartsock of Hartsock Communications:
Thursday, May 28 (2-3:30pm): David Mathison will present a class on using advanced social-media tools for authors and publishers with publicist and journalist Nettie Hartsock of Hartsock Communications:
Thursday, May 28 7-8:15am: ASK THE EXPERTS