Katherine E. Seppings

Art, Photography, Writing

Tag: Memoir

Sevenpens Publishing

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Sevenpens is the name of a publishing service I have created for authors submitting manuscripts to traditional publishers or choosing to self-publish books.

If you’ve written a novel, memoir, poetry collection, or work of non-fiction and want to get it published, Sevenpens Publishing services offers authors advice on how to submit a manuscript, making sure your work is in the best possible shape before you take it to agents or publishers, and can assist in any or all of the steps required to self-publish your book to the same high standards as a major publishing company.

Since the 1970s, I have worked in publishing and promotions as an illustrator, designer, photographer, writer, editor, and distributor, in Australia, London and New York. I understand the time and effort writers put into their work and have all the skills and experience to bring out the best in your book, in today’s global market.

Check out Sevenpens website here.


‘Nothing to Cry About’ launch

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A joyous celebration for Joan Atherton Hooper’s memoir
Nothing to Cry About
edited and published by Katherine Seppings. Launched by Dr Paul Monk, PhD essayist and poet; emcee author Dr Lynne Kelly, at the Maurocco Bar, Castlemaine.
Available at Stonemans Bookroom, Castlemaine, and from http://joanathertonhooper.com/

Nov 2011

Amazing. So economical, and yet every sentence descriptive. So much said in such a short time. Helen Snodgrass

Lovely..would like to read more… Linda Tamang

Really compelling reading. I wanted more, and can’t wait for more Gloria Meltzer

Beautifully written and read! Abbie Heathcote

Wonderful writing. As others have suggested Katherine, you convey so much in so short a space and your words carry a weight that is layered and lovely yet filled with a sort of foreboding or a promise. Elisabeth

Varuna, The Writers House Blog

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“Hello, I’m Katherine Seppings. I’m going to read from my manuscript Paris in the Spring – a chapter called ‘The Winds of Barranquilla.’

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