With COVID-19 teaching us all how to function remotely, and in accordance with the Marin County mandate, BAIPA will meet via ZOOM ONLY until it is safe to resume in-person meetings. We are implementing all the recommended precautionary measures to keep our meetings private and safe for all participants. All members and visitors who register in advance will receive a link to attend via Zoom video conferencing. Just after 9 PM on Friday, we will send the link and password out to those who register online. You must pre-register to attend. If you pre-registered but have not received the link around 9 pm Friday night, please email membership @ baipa.org to alert us.
Please note that as always the meetings begin at 9 am with Q&A. We will still also do introductions and networking.
For afternoon workshops, a separate registration and link are required.
Please register in advance for morning and afternoon meetings!! We’re doing our best to get you the info you need in a timely manner and it helps if you register before this Friday at 9 pm.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you via Zoom on Saturday!
The Bay Area Independent Publishers Association is a diverse and open group involved in the world of independent publishing, from folks who simply have a book idea to published authors, editors to illustrators, readers to reviewers, agents to printers, audio book experts to book shepherds.
One of my favorite things about BAIPA is its culture of generosity, the willingness — even eagerness — to share what we have each learned in the process of bringing stories to life. We provide educational programs, networking, marketing opportunities, encouragement, and information on industry vendors and services. And lots of one-on-one advice and mentoring.
We welcome all who have an interest in making connections within the world of independent publishing and learning more about how to publish and sell their work successfully.
Do join us! Please visit our Membership Benefits page to learn more. Together we are raising the standard of independent publishing and helping our members thrive.
—Becky Parker Geist, BAIPA Board of Directors, President