2018 New England Authors Expo
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Doors open to the public: 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Danversport Yacht Club
161 Elliott St, Danvers, MA 01923
This event is free to the public!
All Jemsbooks will be available at this event. I hope you will be able to come. John and I would love to meet you!
Thank you to Chris Obert of Pear Tree Publishing who makes these events possible for all authors.
List of Publishers and Groups attending:
Association of Rhode Island Authors (NEAE Team)
Brass Castle Arts
Haverhill House Publishing (NEAE Team)
Jason Harris Promotions (NEAE Team)
The Museum of Printing (Charity/Sponsor)
Pear Tree Publishing (Sponsor – NEAE Team)
Rosstrum Publishing (Sponsor – NEAE Team)
*List and schedule is not complete and could change without notice.
List of Authors attending:
Sally M. Chetwynd
Guntis Goncarovs (NEAE Team)
K.D. Mason (NEAE Team)
John McIlveen (NEAE Team)
Christopher Obert (NEAE Team)
Nancy Obert (NEAE Team)
Joe Ross (Sponsor – NEAE Team)
Special Guest Stars:
The author of the thriller novels Pyres and The Long Division. Pyres was nominated for an Edgar Award for Best First Novel by the Mystery Writers of America, and The Long Division was a Washington Post Book World Best Book of 2009. He’s also written Extra Life, a science fiction novel for young adults, and he has co-written several “Bookshot” novellas with James Patterson, including Diary of a Succubus and You’ve Been Warned – Again. He teaches fiction writing and screenwriting at the University of Rhode Island.
Frank J. Romano
Frank Romano is Professor Emeritus at RIT and has spent 60 years in the printing and publishing industries. He is the author of 60 books, including the 10,000-term Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications (with Richard Romano), the standard reference in the field. His books on QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, and PDF workflow were among the first in their fields. He has authored most of the books on digital printing. One of his books is the 800-page textbook for Moscow State University. He has founded eight publications, serving as publisher or editor for TypeWorld/Electronic Publishing (which ended in its 30th year of publication), Computer Artist, Color Publishing, The Typographer, EP&P, and both the NCPA and PrintRIT Journals. He has consulted for major corporations, publishers, government, and other users of digital printing and publishing technology. He wrote the first report on on-demand digital printing in 1980 and ran the first conference on the subject in 1985. He is president of the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, MA where his 6,000-book library now resides. He is passionate about preserving the rich history of typesetting and printing. He continues to teach courses at RIT, CalPoly, and other universities and works with students on unique research projects.
Please stop by and pick up some great reads from all these talented authors. We look forward to seeing you!
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