“Getting Inside the Publisher’s Head” is the topic for a free seminar to be presented by editor, author and publisher Terry White at the Warsaw Community Public Library at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 8.
With 30 years of experience as a periodical editor/publisher and nine years as a book publisher, White will share insights on how editors evaluate articles and article ideas, as well as potential book manuscripts. He will share keys to success in getting published both in print publications and in online and digital media.
Terry White is a graduate of Grace College, Indiana University and Indiana Wesleyan University, from which he recently earned a doctorate in education. He was formerly director of Public Relations for Grace College and seminary, as well as a regular columnist for a local newspaper. For a decade he was vice-president of communications for Chuck Colson’s Prison Fellowship Ministry in Washington, D. C.
He is a published non-fiction author and photographer, and has authored a new definitive centennial history of the town of Winona Lake, which has just been released. White currently teaches journalism at Grace College and is the founder of the “Minnesota Christian Examiner” newspaper, “The Christian Communicator” magazine, “FGBC World” magazine and others. For the past nine years he has been the publisher of BMH Books of Winona Lake, Indiana, which currently has about 150 publications in its catalog.
All are welcome to the Monday night presentation. For more information call the library at 574-267-6011.