This year’s O’Reilly TOC Conference (Tools of Change for Publishing) promises another smorgasbord of writing and publishing visionaries. Including the likes of uber-author Margaret Atwood and Booksquare‘s Kassia Kroszer, TOC also features Queensland Writers Centre CEO Kate Eltham presenting her views on the use of social media during Queensland’s recent natural disasters, and the lessons in community engagement to be learned. To get your brain zinging with ideas about the future of publishing, you can view the TOC keynote speakers live online from next Tuesday 15 February.

image of an ereader covered with authors' autographs

Speaking of future-now developments, does your eReader look like this? Galleycat looks at the new trend in book signings.

Saving the best til last, The Lifted Brow is launching in Melbourne tonight (The Workers Club, Fitzroy) and in Brisbane next Wednesday 16th Feb (Avid Reader, West End). It’s M*O*N*O*B*R*O*W* excitement plus!!!

Have a great weekend of writing, folks.

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