[PAST EVENT] August Afternoon Workshop: Diving into ebook conversion

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About this event:

Created by Ruth Schwartz

Join us as David Kudler, ebook expert, delves into the nuts and bolts of ebook production.

David Kudler

David Kudler

He will take one lucky volunteer’s manuscript and demonstrate how to convert it. In this session, participants will:

  • Learn how to use Sigil, one of the basic tools for converting and editing ebooks.
  • Watch a basic conversion process from beginning to end.
  • Find out how to prepare manuscripts and images for conversion.
  • And more!


About our speaker

David Kudler is an expert provider of publishing services and a consultant to independent and self-publishers. An author himself, he released his teen historical novel Risuko in June, 2016. He serves as publisher for Stillpoint Digital Press. Since 1999, he has overseen the publications program of the Joseph Campbell Foundation, for which he has edited three posthumous volumes of Campbell’s previously unpublished work and managed the publication of over fifty print, ebook, print, audio, and video titles, including the third edition of the seminal Hero with a Thousand Faces. He is honored to serve on the BAIPA board.


  1. Victoria Forrester says

    Will David Kudler be covering the production of fixed format layout or only the usual standard eBooks (ePub and .mobi) with (flowable) layout for text and images? All my books are graphic intensive. I need to find a designer who I can pay to convert into the fixed format, the Word files and jpgs I used to create manuscripts that were published as picture books by Atheneum in New York and for which I now have revision of rights.
    I gave up my membership in BAIPA because I could find no help with this question. Pathways to Publishing was of no help either.
    Thank you,

    • David Kudler says

      Victoria, what a great question! Yes, I can discuss this — though the process of creating fixed format ebooks is not a simple one, so we probably won’t be able to solve your problem completely — you should at least have enough to move toward a solution.

      May I ask you to bring the books, in whatever formats you have them — physical and digital? If I can help, I will.

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