Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Women's National Book Association Panel Discussion

The Women's National Book Association New York City
Presents a Panel

Digital Books, E-books, Enhanced E-books and Apps


Peter Costanzo, Director of Digital Content at F+W Media, Inc.,

Andrea Fleck-Nisbet, Digital Publishing Director, Workman Publishing,

Ami Greko, Senior Vendor Relations Manager, US, Kobo,

Evan Ratliff, Editor, The Atavist,
Writer: Wired, The New Yorker, National Geographic
Author of Lifted, a Kindle Single book, on the top five nonfiction best seller list on Amazon

Susannah Greenberg
Organized and moderated by Susannah Greenberg, Susannah Greenberg Public Relations and Publicity Chair of WNBA-NYC,

Join us, in person or online, for a discussion of the biggest revolution in reading since Gutenberg's printing press, digital books. 

E-book sales are up 127% in April 2010 vs. April 2009, to $27.4 million.  And E-book sales in the US comprised 23.5% of all trade book sales for the month of January, according to statistics published recently by the Association of American Publishers. The digital book has arrived and  and its market share is growing.  And the book business is busy reinventing itself to keep pace with the change.

Come listen to experts and innovators in the field of Digital Books.  Learn about the new amazing features of Digital Books, and about how the book industry is working to build a sustainable and profitable strategy for its digital future.   Bring questions or send your question in advance to

WHEN: Tuesday, March 29, 2011.  5:30-7:30 PM

Association of American Publishers, 71 Fifth Avenue, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10003

$10 to non-members.  You may join at the door or online.
$5 to students with valid ID.
Free to WNBA and AAP members.

(Use subject line "digital books")

MEDIA CONTACT: Susannah Greenberg, Phone: 212-208-4629; 

Twitter: @wnbanyc
Hashtag: #ebookswnba

Watch live streaming video broadcast of this event on the internet and participate in chat live via Twitter and Facebook too, at:

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