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An in depth chat with Antoinette Kuritz, Book Developer and Literay Publicist

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We are joined by, Antoinette Kuritz Book Developer, Publicist, Media Coach, Author, Publishing Expert and  Founder of the LaJolla Writers Conference …is up-to-her-keyboard in the art craft and business of writing.  Former educator and bookseller, Antoinette turned her love of words into a multi-media enterprise, taking writers from inspiration to publication; and representing authors from new to New York Times Bestsellers. Antoinette has inspired Chicken Soup mogul Mark Victor Hanson, launched the national career of psychic medium John Edward, worked with Carl Reiner, Betty White, Joseph Wambaugh, Depak Chopra, and her favorite, Dr. Benjamin Spock.

Going Gray- with something to say! - Getting your words out  in the new world of Publishing. Wisdom is often associated with grey hair, especially among those with grey hair.  And yet, with the democratization of publishing, the people who write to publish run the entire spectrum of age, gender, race, and sexuality.  What they all have in common is the need to learn the business side of the art craft and business of writing.

Those of us grey enough to remember the “ Who’s on first” skit, perhaps the best remembered, best written comedic skit of all time, performed by the greats Bud Abbot and Lou Costello- is a great description to the confusion, misinformation and outright fraud that is now part and parcel of the newly democratized world of publishing.

Now that you have joined the 80% of Americans who think they have a book in them, you had better learn the game before you get up to bat! Self- publishing and the internet surely did open the gate for you to get onto the field. But the tenfold increase in published books has also helped the crooks, so the publishing game just got bigger---not easier!