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2020 New Releases Publishing Panel

  • 17 Nov 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Online via Zoom

The Alaska Writers Guild Board of Directors presents "2020 New Releases Publishing Panel." Four Alaskan authors comprise this panel with works ranging from children's picture books to novels, and experience in self- and traditional publishing. Join author and moderator Jamey Bradbury to learn more about their journeys and the various options that exist. 

Time: Nov 17, 2020 06:00 PM Alaska

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Moderator Jamey Bradbury

is a fiction writer and the author of The Wild Inside (William Morrow, 2018). Her work has appeared in Black Warrior Review (winner of the annual fiction contest), Spark + Echo, Sou’wester, and Zone 3. She earned her MFA from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Jamey lives in Anchorage, Alaska.


Social Media handles:
Facebook: @JameyBradburyWriter
Twitter: @JameyBradbury
Instagram: @jameybee

Local Retailer(s): The Writer’s Block, Fireside Books, Barnes & Noble

Christiane Joy Allison is a multi-award-winning author, activist, public speaker and the current President of the Alaska Writers Guild. She lives with her sprawling, loving family in the beautiful state of Alaska. In 2018, Christiane was the proud recipient of both a Rasmuson Foundation Individual Artist Project Award and an Alaska Writers Guild Lin Halterman Memorial Grant. Her first children's picture book won 5 Honorable Mentions in the 2018 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards. She's making her debut in dystopian science fiction and cyberpunk with The Infinitus Saga.  Living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, she understands the struggle of disability and carries that understanding into the protagonists in the series. 


Social Media Handles: 
Facebook: and Publishing
Twitter: @cjallison7
Instagram: @ChristianeJoyAllison

Local Retailer(s): Aegis Comics of Alaska; Bosco's Cards, Comics and Games; The Book Shelf; 

Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum is a poet, teacher and “former” journalist born and raised in Alaska. She has a Master of Arts in Teaching and a B.A. in English and Japanese Studies with an emphasis in Creative Writing. She wrote more than 600 stories as a reporter for the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman and recently published her seventh book, Interstitials, through Red Sweater Press. She currently serves as the Mat-Su Vice President for Alaska Writers Guild.


Social Media handles:
Twitter: @caitbuxbaum & @redsweaterpress
Instagram: @caitbuxbaum & @redsweaterpress

Local Retailer(s): Black Birch Books, Fireside Books, The Writer’s Block,

Brooke Hartman is an Alaskan mom and award-winning author of books for children. Since 2013, she's served on the board of directors for the Alaska Writers Guild, and is an adjunct instructor of writing for her graduate alma-mater Alaska Pacific University. When she isn’t writing, you can find her flying, fishing, and having fun with her family, enjoying all the magic life has to offer. Follow her writing adventures at, or on Instagram and Facebook @BrookesBooksAK.

Dante Medema is an author of books for young readers. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband, four daughters, and room full of alien memorabilia—and books, of course. When she’s not writing, she dabbles in baking, decorating, painting, and reading up on enneagram personality types. Her debut novel, The Truth Project is out now with Quill Tree Books / HarperCollins. 


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