Beth Jusino is a popular teacher and panelist at conferences, book festivals, and seminars.
She’s spoken at more than two dozen events across the country, including the South Carolina Writers Workshop, the American Christian Fiction Writers conference, the Tucson Book Festival, Pacific Northwest Writers Association, the Red Pencil in the Woods conference for freelance editors, and the Association for Writers and Writing Programs. She taught a quarterly publishing class for the University of Washington’s Experimental College for six years and has taught day-long writing workshops for entrepreneurs in Seattle and municipal employees in Colorado.
Contact Beth if you would like her to speak to your group, or plan to join her at one of these upcoming events:
June 17, 2017: Understanding Publishing Choices: An Unbiased View for Modern Writers
BARN (Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network), Bainbridge Island, WA
June 24, 2017: Marketing for Authors (specific title TBD)
Rain City Mystery Writers Seminar, Bothell, WA
July 15, 2017: You’ve Written a Book: Now What? Understanding Today’s Publishing Choices
10:00am-12:00pm. Lynnwood Library, Lynnwood, WA
September 17, 2017: Self Publishing Nuts and Bolts
Cedar Mill Community Library, Cedar Mill, OR
**All library classes are free to the public. Follow the links for directions and more information.**
Thank you for the interesting and helpful information you provided today in the publishing seminar. You provide a wealth of comprehensive information in a short time and keep participants interested. You have a respectful and interested attitude toward those in class while providing helpful and personalized feedback. In other words, you are a good instructor, coach and cheerleader.”
I attended your workshop at Write On The Sound earlier this month, and wanted to let you know how much I appreciated all you passed on. You obviously know “your stuff;” your presentation was succinct and practical…I’ll be implementing your advice, I’m sure.
Presenter did a wonderful job of conveying her points and staying on topic, while still managing questions and tangents from the audience…I am an expert at this and I learned two really important new ideas…I appreciated Ms. Jusino’s humor and overall good energy, along with her depth/breadth of knowledge.