Author and Editor Jennifer Ciotta Talks Publishing and Putin

By Amanda Festa

On April 11th, Literary Traveler hosted author and editor Jennifer Ciotta at the Armory in Somerville for a talk on the publishing process and her personal experience successfully self-publishing her debut novel I, Putin.  Jennifer, formerly the editorial director of Literary Traveler, is now a book manuscript editor at Pencey X Pages and an advisory editor at Author Salon, a writers’ community that connects writers, agents and publishing house editors.

Using her own experiences with the process, as well as her expertise as an editor, she recently published The No Bul...

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