Tuesday, June 8, 2021

How to Con the Con – Get Noticed in a Sea of Convention Booths

With conventions, conferences, expos and many other sales opportunities opening up after the drought of COVID-19, getting noticed has become a serious priority for authors. 

From 10 a.m. to noon, July 10, authors Jennifer Stolzer and Jessica Mathews will share their tips and tricks for sales, con etiquette, display set up and more at this free online workshop hosted by the St. Louis Writers Guild. 

Access the workshop from the Events page of the Guild’s website (click the turquoise JOIN CURRENT SLWG MEETING button) or use this link:


Meeting ID: 702 890 3800

Password: SLWG2021

To call in: +1-312-626-6799 

Jessica Mathews began writing picture books for children at a young age. Her father would write down all of the stories she told him and they would read them together. Jessica wants to continue the tradition of making up stories for children, starting with her debut picture book, The Old Man and the Pirate Princess. Jessica wants to be able to work with schools, libraries, and after-care programs to help children discover their love of reading, writing, and creating. She wants her books to inspire others as much as her favorite books inspired her when she was growing up. Jessica also serves as President of the St. Louis Writers Guild.

Jennifer Stolzer is an author/illustrator from St. Louis, MO. She graduated from Webster University with a degree in digital media and animation and uses these skills to create bright and engaging characters. Her illustration company, Jennifer Stolzer Illustration, has served the St. Louis area and its authors for more than ten years. You can see samples of her work at www.jenniferstolzer.com or on Facebook under Jennifer Stolzer Illustration. Jennifer also serves as Secretary of the St. Louis Writers Guild. 

Learn more about the St. Louis Writers Guild at www.stlwritersguild.org

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