Members helping members


Call on these members for vital writing services. And if you can offer a service for a fee, email a short description of what you offer to

John Amiard (Oberteuffer) offers Self-Publishing Support Services. Getting your book into print by establishing your own imprint can be easy, inexpensive, and accomplished with professional results. I can work with you in a flexible way to provide the services and/or Do-It-Yourself support for the various elements of the self-publishing process. I am author, publisher of Swedish Blood. Contact me at
or 781-405-7434.

Experienced book shepherd/book marketer Shel Horowitz can help you navigate the shark-infested waters, choose the right publishing model, hire the right vendors, and compete in the crowded marketplace. 413-586-2388,

Tell the world about your book! Get-noticed press releases, cover copy, marketing strategy, and more from Shel Horowitz, award-winning author of Grassroots Marketing for Authors and Publishers, Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green, etc. NWU members: $25 discount. 413-586-2388,

Sue Katz will help you polish your prose and dazzle your readers. An experienced, empathetic copy-editor who respects your individual tone and style, Katz has worked with novelists, academics, science authors, bloggers and non-fiction book writers to tidy and sculpt their work. All writing needs editing and Katz provides a close examination of your grammar, clarity, narrative consistency, and sentence and paragraph structure. Contact her at sue.katz @ to talk it through.

Susan Pollack, award-winning author and editor. I can help you shape your manuscript for publication. I edit books along with magazine and newspaper articles. I also serve as a consultant, assisting writers to develop ideas into queries and manuscripts. A recent client won five national awards for her book.
or PO Box 1245, Gloucester, MA 01931.