Celebrating East African Writing!
Masterclass: Guerilla Marketing for Writers
With: Alexander Nderitu (Kenya) & Vered Ehsani (Kenya)
Time: Friday 19th September 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Nairobi National Museum
Getting published or thinking about it? Congratulations – but there’s more. After the writing, the real work begins: marketing! Learn tips and tricks for how to promote your works and brand yourself as an author. Develop an outline of a promotional strategy in this interactive workshop.
Vered Ehsani has been a writer since she could hold pen to paper. When she isn’t writing novels, running a radio show, or daydreaming about African ghosts and myths (part of a new series she’s working on), she pretends to work as an environmental consultant. See bio.
Alexander Nderitu is a Kenyan e-novelist, scriptwriter and Internet Technologist. He has also expressed interest in fashion design, music production and filmed entertainment. He is a signatory to the PEN Charter. In November 2002, he became Africa’s first digital novelist with the Internet publication of his signature thriller, When the Whirlwind Passes.
Only 30 spaces available for this class so REGISTER NOW!
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