Brainstorming Session Tomorrow! New Publishing Models for She Writes Press

Hi everyone -- this will be brief as I had a bad fall a few weeks ago and had to have surgery, so typing is a struggle, but after the lively debate over the past few days we thought we (Brooke Warner and Kamy Wicoff) would sponsor a brainstorming session tomorrow to generate ideas for making exciting and creative projects happen on She Writes Press! Please join us tomorrow at 4PM EST by using this link: 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s_w/2013/01/25/brainstorming-session-s...

See you there! (And if you can't make it don't worry, we will post the link to the recorded show as soon as it is up.)

Best,
Kamy

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Comment by Elisabeth Kinsey on January 25, 2013 at 9:22am

So sorry about your fall, Kamy. Take good care and speedy recovery.

Comment by Tracey Barnes Priestley on January 24, 2013 at 3:34pm

This sounds great and it is exactly what I appreciate about SWP - you are a fluid and innovative group of thinkers! I'm re-arranging things, hoping to "be" there.

And on a personal note, Kamy, hope your recovery goes well - surgery is never fun!

Regards,

Tracey

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