Self Publishing 101

Interested in getting into the small business of self publishing? Then on Shop Small Business Saturday, Nov 26th, stop by Decopolis (502 S. Boston Ave, Tulsa) from 1pm to 2pm. Our panel of Self Publisher veterans will be on hand to answer your questions on writing, formatting, printing, marketing, and everything in between.

Check out our event on Facebook.

Our panel includes:

MAC BOYLE – Owner of the independent publishing house Party Now, Apocalypse Later Industries

SHANNON IWANSKI – Editor for the indie publshing company A Murder of Storytellers and Editor-in-Chief for Inkubus Publishing.

ADREAN MESSMER – Owner and Editor of the indie publisher A Murder of Storytellers.

A.W. SELBY & OKCATE EVITA SMITH – Owners and Operators of Ursa Minor Fiction, an independent publishing house.

Authors will also be available at the following times:

Mac Boyle – 11am to 6pm
Shannon Iwanski – 12pm to 8pm
Donna Leahey – 12pm to 6pm
Adrean Messmer – 12pm to 4pm
A.W. Selby – 1pm to 8pm


Mac Boyle

Mac BoyleMAC BOYLE is a writer. With Bill Fisher, he is the co-creator of “The Adventures of Really Good Man.” He has made it his life’s work to put the filmmaker Orson Welles in unusual situations. He is currently working on the third book in the series, where Welles will try to successfully run an Arby’s franchise in Toad Suck, Arkansas*. In his spare time, Boyle works for an un-named federal agency that is one-hundred percent NOT a cover for the CIA. If the universe hadn’t seen fit to create pinball, he might have been truly great man. He lives in Oklahoma** with his wife, Lora.

Follow him on twitter: @partyapocalypse

Orson Welles of Mars on Amazon
The Devil Lives in Beverly Hills on Amazon
Right – A Novel of Politics on Amazon

*That started as a joke, but I’m worried it is now all-too real.
**Not to be braggy, or anything…

Shannon Iwanski

Shannon IwanksiShannon Iwanski is an indie author who lives in Tulsa, OK with his husband, four dogs, two cats, and a bird who thinks she’s his mate. Shannon is an editor for the indie publishing company A Murder of Storytellers and Editor-in-Chief for Inkubus Publishing. He is a member of the Tulsa-based critique group Nevermore Edits and a member of Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc.

Shannon has been writing since he was child. His first works were plays featuring woodland creatures. No matter how much he cajoled his family, they wouldn’t act out the scenes, thus robbing the world of a great body of work. His first novel was written when he was 15 years old. It’s a one thousand page, hand-written monster that will never see the light of day. Only one copy of it exists. It’s better that way.

Ride the Train on Amazon
A Body to Die For on Amazon
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