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The Association of Authors and Publishers
, a non-profit group, meets the first Thursday of each month at St Mark's Episcopal Church, 3816 Bellaire Blvd , Houston , Texas 77005 . Networking begins at 6:30 p.m., and the meeting is from 7-8 pm. AAP is comprised of authors (and would-be authors), editors, artists, printers, publishers, self-publishers, marketers, distributors, booksellers --- anyone associated with the production, developing, marketing and distribution of books. Our speakers bring valuable information about all aspects of book publishing and marketing and about being a publishing entrepreneur. Topics have included co-publishing ventures, auxiliary product lines, getting booked on radio shows and marketing your book before it's printed. Guests are always welcome. For more information, visit the AAP web site at http://www.authorsandpublishers.org or contact John Martin at email@example.com or call him at (713)690-2653.
The Manuscriptors Guild of Houston
meets the first and third Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at Canterbury United Methodist Church , 12143 Bellaire Blvd (between Kirkwood and Cook) in southwest Houston . The Manuscriptors Guild is a community of writers from the novice to the professional. It is a place of inspiration as well as motivation. Writers are able to participate in a common atmosphere with members who believe in the written word. Meetings include critique committees, professional speakers, workshops, networking, parties and social extravaganzas. Membership includes a subscription to The Writers Forum, a monthly publication of The Manuscriptors Guild. For additional information call (713)455-4675 or visit our web site Manuscriptors Guild .
SOURCE: Houston Chronicle Community Weekly/Daily Section