In conjunction with the Eubie Blake Cultural Center’s URBAN EXPRESS program, Black Classic Press/BCP Digital Printing will present a workshop on practical publishing options with an overview on new technology as well as tips for scheduling, marketing, and budget costs for your book. Get questions answered by a publishing pro!
W. Paul Coates is the founder and director of Black Classic Press, which specializes in republishing obscure and significant works by and about people of African descent. A leader in the field of small publishers, Coates founded BCP Digital Printing in 1995 to produce books and documents using digital print technology. Coates formerly served as an African American Studies reference and acquisition librarian at Howard University’s Moorland-Spingarn Research Center. A former member and Maryland State Coordinator of The Black Panther Party, he was instrumental in the establishment of the Black Panther Party Archives at Howard University. Coates is co-editor of Black Bibliophiles and Collectors: Preservers of Black History (Howard University Press, 1990). He formerly owned and operated The Black Book (1972 – 1978), a Baltimore based bookstore.
Light refreshments and street parking available. CLICK to RSVP attendance
Eubie Blake Cultural Center 847 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, 410.225.3130
To arrange a workshop at your location, contact Black Classic Press/BCP Digital Printing at 410.242.6954 or firstname.lastname@example.org