Literary Stewardship Marketing
North Carolina, United States
CONTACT: Katey Schultz
An online, self-paced e-course to give you the tools to expand your reach, clarify your marketing purpose, and genuinely represent yourself online.
The Literary Stewardship & Marketing e-course series is an experienced author’s Cliff’s Notes to effectively building a genuine presence online. The DIY level gets you started examining and identifying the conversations you care about, the foundation to building an online presence. The Complete E-Course furthers this process and contains task lists and time-saving tips that will clear your head, clear your desk, and let you get back to creative pursuits that matter most. This is the only e-course that includes tell-all financial details authors rarely share, as well as providing one-on-one email support for a customized experience. The Premium version offers all this, as well as the opportunity for to us to strategically review your stewardship plan through custom consults. This course has been given “two thumbs up” from a poet laureate, a NYT bestselling memoirist, bloggers, first-time indy authors, and freelancers alike. All Maximum Impact offerings may qualify for professional development or continuing education credits. Please consult your departmental policies for funding, or reach out to Maximum Impact Director Katey Schultz, for details.
Featured Writers Include:
Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Playwriting, Screenwriting, Children's literature
North Carolina, United States
Maximum Impact provides transformative online curricula and tools for the creative writing process. Our offerings help writers and artists articulate precise language and authentic meaning in their work, so that they feel understood by the greater literary and arts communities. Through Maximum Impact's proven, attentive mentorship approach, clients find deep focus, gentle accountability, and ultimately become their own best sources for inspiration. Some live quietly, pursing projects for personal fulfillment. Others prefer a public sphere and go on to win awards, receive funding, and achieve maximum impact. All clients share a love of working with the imagination and believe that the right word in the right context can change a life.
Katey Schultz, Director of Maximum Impact, holds an MFA in Writing from Pacific University, and is the author of Flashes of War (2013, Loyola). Her fiction and nonfiction have been taught at universities, justice centers, and literary festivals across the U.S. and her business, Maximum Impact, has been featured in both The Billfold and CNBC for its innovation and effectiveness. Katey has received writing fellowships in 8 different states, is the recipient of the Linda Flowers Literary Award, and formerly taught Creative Writing at Interlochen Center for the Arts. She lives with her husband and son in Celo, North Carolina.