January Monthly Meeting: New Ideas, Opportunities, Communities: Living with Book Publishing 3.0

The Shebeen Club Presents:

Sean Cranbury on
New Ideas, Opportunities, Communities: Living with Book Publishing 3.0

7-9 pm Monday, January 18th

Sean Cranbury

Sean Cranbury, your presenter

The Shebeen, behind the Irish Heather, 212 Carrall Street, Vancouver

$20 includes dinner and a drink, cash only, please
2009 was the year that Book Publishing came crashing into the present.

The digital revolution could no longer be kept at bay as this traditional industry was assailed on all sides.

The true revolutionaries didn’t loot and pillage, however – they leapt into action and quickly built opportunities for publishers, book professionals, writers and readers to come together and talk about these changes and to create the dialog around the changes to come.

The revolutionaries turned from a traditionally passive mode to one of activity and demonstration.

In this installment of the Shebeen Club, Sean Cranbury will discuss how the digital revolution has created opportunities for creative and passionate individuals to demonstrate their ideas, open up dialog and build new communities.

Vancouver has become a focal point for new ideas that are transforming the industry.  Bookcamp Vancouver demonstrated this nicely.

Sean will also discuss the increasing impact of social media technologies on book marketing, writer/reader relationship and its potential to turn publishing workflows upside down.

Join us for a lively Bookcamp-style discussion!

*
Sean Cranbury is a Vancouver writer, editor, broadcaster and social media consultant.  His radio show/blog, Books on the Radio, is broadcast on CJSF 90.1 FM.  He also writes for the Vancouver Biennale and the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative.

Sean is co-creator of the ridiculously successful viral, community-based book recommendation site, the Advent Book Blog, and is also working on the real-time collaborative fiction experiment called Eyes of Vancouver.

Eyes of Vancouver aims to demonstrate a potential new workflow for publishers, independent or self-published authors that puts community-building first and physical publication last.

You can find Sean: sean@booksontheradio.ca @seancranbury @eyesofvancouver

You can find the Shebeen Club: TheShebeenClubBlog or TheShebeenClubFacebookPage

Sean Cranbury.jpgThe Shebeen Club Presents: Sean Cranbury on
New Ideas, Opportunities, Communities: Living with Book Publishing 3.0

7-9 pm Monday, January 18th

The Shebeen, behind the Irish Heather, 212 Carrall Street, Vancouver

$20 includes dinner and a drink, cash only, please

2009 was the year that Book Publishing came crashing into the present.

The digital revolution could no longer be kept at bay as this traditional industry was assailed on all sides.

The true revolutionaries didn’t loot and pillage, however – they leapt into action and quickly built opportunities for publishers, book professionals, writers and readers to come together and talk about these changes and to create the dialog around the changes to come.

The revolutionaries turned from a traditionally passive mode to one of activity and demonstration.

In this installment of the Shebeen Club, Sean Cranbury will discuss how the digital revolution has created opportunities for creative and passionate individuals to demonstrate their ideas, open up dialog and build new communities.

Vancouver has become a focal point for new ideas that are transforming the industry.  Bookcamp Vancouver demonstrated this nicely.

Sean will also discuss the increasing impact of social media technologies on book marketing, writer/reader relationship and its potential to turn publishing workflows upside down.

Join us for a lively Bookcamp-style discussion!

*
Sean Cranbury is a Vancouver writer, editor, broadcaster and social media consultant.  His radio show/blog, Books on the Radio, is broadcast on CJSF 90.1 FM.  He also writes for the Vancouver Biennale and the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative.

Sean is co-creator of the ridiculously successful viral, community-based book recommendation site, the Advent Book Blog, and is also working on the real-time collaborative fiction experiment called Eyes of Vancouver.

Eyes of Vancouver aims to demonstrate a potential new workflow for publishers, independent or self-published authors that puts community-building first and physical publication last.

You can find Sean: sean@booksontheradio.ca @seancranbury @eyesofvancouver

You can find the Shebeen Club: TheShebeenClubBlog or TheShebeenClubFacebookPage

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