January 22, 2018

The Truth About Writing a Book: Phil Goodstein spills the beans

Join this intimate and informative evening, February 7, 2017, with prolific Denver historian Phil Goodstein to learn about his experience and process in writing and publishing 24(!) books on Denver history. Space is limited, so don’t wait too long to sign up!

Not all Phil’s books have been bestsellers, but several of Phil’s books have done quite well and enjoy comfortable spots in the local history market. But no matter their sales, there is no one who knows Denver history or the vagaries of the publishing market better than Phil. Join him for this intimate evening where he dishes on the character of publishers, agents, printers, bookstores, and distributors. He’ll also discuss what an ISBN is and the role of the Library of Congress.

Phil Goodstein is author of The Seamy Side of Denver (1993), The Ghosts of Denver: Capitol Hill (1996), North Side Story: Denver’s Most Intriguing Neighborhood (2011), Park Hill Promise: The Quest for an Idyllic Neighborhood (2012), and twenty more. He is well-known for both his books and his colorful walking tours of Denver’s historic neighborhoods, cemeteries, and haunts.

Comments

  1. John Garcia says:

    I would like to sign up for the truth about writing a book class.