Special Kickstarter Funding Workshop Feb. 24

thataintrightThinking about kickstarting a book? Come learn about how to fund your publishing project on Kickstarter from author Bethany Carlson. Kickstarter is the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects, but creating a successful campaign takes work.

Carlson, who has successfully funded two projects on Kickstarter and consulted on many more, leads a one-hour workshop organized by Kelyse Nelson and Seattle Writers Group – Daylight Hours.

This workshop takes place Monday, Feb. 24, 12:30 to 1:30 pm., in room 202 at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North, Seattle, WA.

This is a free event courtesy of Writer.ly and BPNW.

Recent Local Kickstarter Campaigns

Local authors and publishers are currently using Kickstarter to presell or fund publishing projects. Here’s two current campaigns launched in Seattle.

Mad Scientist JournalThat Ain’t Right (science fiction/fantasy): http://kck.st/1dUb9Gd

Book Lush (nonfiction): http://kck.st/1dpdZra

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