Whether you’re an aspiring or established writer, and whatever your genre of choice, you can now ‘go publish yourself’ on equal footing with the mainstream industry players. Join Debbie Lee from IngramSpark and co-presenter Ben Randall to learn about print-on-demand and global distribution, and how these services are turning the publishing world on its head
Supported by IngramSpark
Date: Wednesday 4 August Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm Where: Byron Community Centre, Cavanbah Room. Upstairs at 69 Jonson Street, Byron Bay Cost: $35 General / $25 Members
About the Presenters
Debbie Lee is the Senior Manager with Ingram Lightning Source and works with publishers large and small, to make titles available print-on-demand, for distribution to a worldwide market.
Ben Randall is an Australian activist, author, and acclaimed documentary filmmaker. Following the abductions of his friends from Vietnam in 2011, Ben founded ‘The Human, Earth Project’ to raise awareness of human trafficking and women’s rights issues. His work has been seen by millions of people around the world via CNN, Discovery Channel, Newsweek, ABC, CBC, Channel NewsAsia, Walk Free, Freedom United, etc.
Overview of Sisters for Sale documentary and book series
Young women on the border between Vietnam and China find themselves caught between a violent custom and a vicious criminal underworld. Investigating the mysterious disappearances of his local friends, an Australian filmmaker uncovers a human trafficking crisis and sparks an incredible series of events. Betrayed, stolen, and sold into forced marriages with strange men, two teenage friends are forced to make the heartbreaking choice between their baby girls and their own freedom.