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Bibliocrunch Discount – Writers Work Conference – March 22nd

by Miral Sattar •  March 19, 2015  •   Follow miralsattar

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We’re so excited to announce that Bibliocrunch members get a discount to the Writers At Work conference in Philadelphia.

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Writers at Work: Managing the Business of Being An Author

WHEN: Sunday, March 22nd, 9am – 5pm
WHERE: The Manor House at Whitpain Farm, 1 Farm Drive, Blue Bell, PA 19422

As a published author, you wear many hats: writer, entrepreneur, designer, public speaker, publicist, and more. How can you manage the business side of your writing life without losing time for your art, or your other jobs, or your family? This one-day conference will provide invaluable advice you can use not just to sell more books, but to find the work-life balance that can be especially challenging for writers.


Date: Sunday, March 22nd

Time: 9am – 5pm

Location: Blue Bell, PA

Cost: $125*

Student/senior/Whitpain Farm residents/Philadelphia Stories member discount: $95

Click HERE to register.

And mention that you get a discount for $95 as a Bibliocrunch member.

Presented by:

Philadelphia Stories, publishers of the nonprofit magazine that features writing and art from the Philadelphia area.

Open Book presents classes, workshops, and events for readers, writers, and thinkers and runs the Open Book Bookstore in Elkins Park, PA. Open Book programming also includes a range of events and author readings, including “Literally Speaking” Author House Parties, Reader Retreats, and the “Philly Writes!” reading series.

About Miral Sattar

Lover of books. CEO & founder of Bibliocrunch. Love storytelling in all its forms. Formerly TIME. I'm a new media entrepreneur who has worked in the media industry for 11 years. My mission is simple – to innovate the publishing industry with technology. My company has been featured in BBC World News, Money Magazine, Bloomberg, Consumer Reports, Forbes, WSJ, MediaBistro, PBS, Columbia Journalism Review, The Next Web, Publishers Weekly, and a bunch of other places. Bibliocrunch was also selected as The Next Big Thing in media by the Paley Center. I also used to run a popular South Asian culture blog called Divanee. Before I ran my own company and became a mom, I used to be on the board for several literacy organizations, and wrote a LOT more. Hopefully, when things are calmer I can go back to that! :)