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Does good publishing inspire us and our children to read and write?

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Antoinette Kuritz stops by da HOOD today to talk about the future of all our children learning & reading, and what you can do as a parent to create a love of reading and learning in your little ones, that will last a lifetime!!

 

The Art, Craft and Business of Writing – New Opportunities, New Challenges, Continuing Responsibilities

 

Long before the First Amendment was written, the printed word was a source of information, influence and entertainment. The electronic age has democratized publishing, bastardized the language, and enabled opportunists, both good and bad. Since our books inspire both reading and writing, it is critical that quality works, both literary and commercial, be clearly discernible among the avalanche of new publishing. In short, we need to read, write, and publish good works. We owe that to our children and our legacy.

 

Antoinette Kuritz, Literary Publicist, Publishing and Media Coach, author, Host of Writers Roundtable Radio Show, KUSI-TV “Book Lady”, Founder of the LaJolla Writers Conference, wife-of-one, mother-of-three, grandma-of three, … and soon to be Publisher ... is up-to-her-keyboard in the book biz and turned her love of words to a multi-media enterprise.

 

A former teacher and bookseller, she has inspired Chicken Soup Mogul Mark Victor Hansen, launched the national career of psychic medium John Edward, represented crime writer Joseph Wambaugh, set up events for Carl Reiner, Betty White, Depak Chopra, Tony Gwynn and her favorite, the late Dr. Benjamin Spock.

 

Hosting over 360 radio shows, she picked the brains of top names in the book industry including NYT authors like Tess Gerritsen, Michael Connelly, Lisa Jackson, Stephen J. Cannell, James Rollins …to name a few.

 

Antoinette Founded the LaJolla Writers Conference, Celebrating its 10th anniversary and she continues to “pay it forward” providing an inexpensive, informative, intimate...

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