Writing at Jefferson County Public Library
Whether you're penning the next Great American novel, becoming the next self-help guru or simply exploring the craft, find everything you need to create, share and discover great writing. From online self-publishing platforms and how-to tutorials to events and resources, discover the "write stuff" with JCPL.
Create. Share. Discover.
BiblioBoard is an online platform offering three different resources for writers (and readers) to create, share and discover.
Get started using BiblioBoard with video tutorials that walk you through the basics of the self-publishing platform.
Learn the basics of Pressbooks. Edit, format, design and produce professional-quality, print-ready and e-book files.
Be a part of the nationwide Indie Author Project (previously SELF-e). Learn the basics of this author-centered distribution program.
Learn the ins and outs of Biblioboard Library and discover content from local self-published authors.
Authors at JCPL
Learn all about writing from the ones who have been through it all. Celebrated genre authors discuss everything from process to publishing.
Romance in the Rockies
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Get some insights into the romance genre from a diverse panel of local romance authors, including Jen Turano, Sara Richardson, Aidy Award, Jennie Marts and Courtney Milan. Then, laugh along with celebrated and bestselling author Robyn Carr, author of the popular Virgin River series that inspired the hit show on Netflix.
Romance in the Rockies: Author Panel
Romance in the Rockies: Robyn Carr
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Hear from authors who write about the modern west. The author panel included Margaret Coel, Barbara Nickless, Manuel Ramos, Mark Stevens and Kevin Wolf. New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson, writer of the Longmire series (and recent Netflix series), shares his thoughts.
Western Reboot: Author Panel
Western Reboot: Craig Johnson