Richard Hugo House, the Seattle-based non-profit center for writing, will host panels and workshops on the changing landscape of publishing this weekend. The conference, called “Finding Your Readers in the 21st Century,” is an opportunity for writers to examine how the Web, blogs, and social media can assist in the publishing process.
Presenters include PEN/West Fiction Award winner Stacey Levine, veteran editor Alan Rinzler, and Third Place Books buyer Vladimir Verano. A small press fair is planned, including publishers and literary magazines like Tin House and Counterpoint/Soft Skull.
A full schedule and registration information are available at Hugo House’s Web site.