Thunderhead brings in trusted and proven facilitators to offer workshops, lectures, and discussions surrounding a particular concept or theme. Though these facilitators may not be professional authors, they use creative writing in their work and their classes.
INTRODUCTION TO SELF PUBLISHING:
WITH AN EMPHASIS ON THE ZINE/CHAPBOOK
Self-publishing is an increasingly popular choice for writers.
Yet navigating your way through a self-published project can be daunting.
Tyler Dunning explains how to pursue self-publishing in this upcoming lecture hosted by Thunderhead. The presentation will include a breakdown of current publication options, followed by a discussion on the stigma of DIY literature and the advances self-publishing can bring to your career. Tyler will also describe the process of creating a zine or chapbook. This presentation explores how to wear many hats as a writer and as a production manager, empowering you to actualize your dream project, from design to distribution.
ABOUT TYLER DUNNING
Born and raised in Montana, Tyler developed a feral curiosity at a young age. This persuasion has led him around the world, to nearly all of the U.S. national parks, and to the backcountry of his own creativity and consciousness. He’s dabbled in such occupations as professional wrestling, archaeology, social-justice advocacy, and academia. At his core he is a writer.
He’s written for The Gap, Active, and Reserve America and has published both fiction and non-fiction with various online journals. He’s in the final stages of completing his first memoir and recently self-published the fairy tale collection Grim Love.