LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. -- National Black Authors Tour Bestselling Author Eric Christopher Webb was among two other authors, who participated in the Published!: Road to Becoming an Author panel at Lincoln University last night.
The panel discussion explored various types of publishing, the publishing process, marketing, future projects, and advice to aspiring writers and authors.
Panelists included, Webb, author of five books, including “The Garvey Protocol: Inspired By True Events,” a 2013 Phillis Wheatley Book Award for First Fiction finalist; Jonathan C. Harris, author of “Master of Ceremonies: A Male’s Guide for a Successful Life;” and lastly, Rev. Frederick Faison, author of “Celebrations of Life, Faith and Songs: A Chronicle of 100 Years in African American Music, Poetry, and Prose.”
Dr. Lenetta Lee, author of My Seven Other Mothers, who was scheduled to attend, but was unable to participate.
Due to its popularity, this is the second time the university conducted this panel this year. The previous panel was held in March.
Group Photo: Webb, far left, Faison, center, and Harris, right.
The WordsByWebb blog distributes a weekly quotation and reflection every Tuesday from National Black Authors Tour bestselling author and multi-talented writer Eric Christopher Webb (E.WEBB?!) to inspire, motivate and encourage personal development of its readers. The blog also regularly shares news, updates, new poetry and excerpts of the writer’s latest work. Webb, a spoken word artist, former Washington News Correspondent for Thomson Newspapers and nationally-syndicated Soul Searching columnist, has also been featured in movies, music videos, commercials and literary documentaries on HBO, BET Weekend’s Evening of Spoken Word, BET’s Rap City, Video Jukebox, The Party Machine, The Learning Channel, Voice of America and XM Radio. He is the author of five books, including "The Garvey Protocol: Inspired By True Events," a 2013 Phillis Wheatley Book Award Finalist for First Fiction and the National Black Authors Tour bestseller, "Love Letters, Death Threats & Suicide Notes." He has also contributed to numerous anthologies, journals and magazines.
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