Pathways to Publishing and Marketing Memoirs—Margaret Winslow
On January 5 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Columbia Fiction Foundry member Margaret Winslow, award-winning author of two travel memoirs (Over My Head and The Cusp of Dreadfulness) and one animal companion memoir (Smart Ass), will discuss her experiences with traditional and non-traditional approaches to publishing. She will also give short readings from her work and will have books for sale at a discount.
Margaret Winslow is a field geologist with over thirty years of field experience in Alaska, Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, Antarctica, and the Caribbean. Originally from Huntington, New York, she lives in the lower Hudson valley of New York with her Columbia oceanographer husband, Joe Stennett. She earned a B.S cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and an M.A., M. Phil., and PhD in Geological Sciences from Columbia University and has published over thirty papers in international scientific journals. She is Professor Emerita of Earth Sciences at the City College of New York. Her National Geographic-funded fieldwork on earthquake hazards and archaeological settlement patterns in Alaska and Chile is featured in the internationally broadcast, award-winning PBS series “Fire on the Rim.” Learn more about her at www.margaretwinslow.com.
If you’re interested in attending her January 5 event, please RSVP here.
JANUARY 5, 2019 AT 2:00 PM - 4:00PM
622 West 113th Street, New York, NY, the Shapiro Room