Dear Tucson Publishers:
Several of us have talked about having occasional meetings of Tucson publishers, and there seems to be a good bit of interest. Kathryn Conrad, of U of A Press, very kindly provided me with a list from several years ago of a similar group, and I am sending this email to that list.
Please feel free to invite others who are involved in publishing to this meeting. I am thinking that this initial meeting will have two purposes:
- Get to know each other a bit
- See if there is interest in future meetings
I propose that we meet at La Parilla Suiza (5602 E. Speedway) on Tuesday, April 30, at 12:30 for about an hour. This restaurant, which seems easy to get to, has a nice meeting room that we could have to ourselves, and they indicate that they would be happy to accommodate us.
I would appreciate it if you could email an RSVP so that we have some idea of how many might be attending.
Thanks for your time and support,
James T. Webb, Ph.D., President
Great Potential Press, Inc.
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