Tag Archives: editors

2016 Summer Conference Faculty

by Lindy Jacobs, Summer Conference Director We are pleased to announce the following outstanding faculty will be joining us:

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2015 SC Book Editors

Oregon Christian Writers is thrilled to introduce the wonderful book editors and publishing houses joining us for the 2015 summer conference. Pay particular attention to types/genres of writing editors want to acquire and note each editor’s preference: Some book editors will review proposals before the conference through the Manuscript Submission Program. Some will review exclusively at the conference. ac See …

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2015 Workshops

OCW Summer Conference 2015 Workshops Karen Ball: “Self-Editing for Success” We all have them, those bugaboos in our writing that keep cropping up to steal the impact of our words. In this interactive workshop, you will learn the best time and best ways to self-edit. And you will develop your own, personalized editing tool to help you strengthen your craft. …

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2015 Summer Conference Faculty

We are pleased to announce the following outstanding faculty will be joining us: Agents Sally Apokedak (Children’s) of Les Stobbe Literary Karen Ball of the Steve Laube Agency Don Jacobson of D.C. Jacobson Associates Greg Johnson of WordServe Literary Group Mary Keeley of Books and Such Literary Wendy Lawton of Book and Such Literary Chip MacGregor of MacGregor Literary Tamela Hancock …

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2014 Magazine/Newspaper Editors

If you want to expand your reader-circle, think seriously about submitting to periodical editors. Whether you are writing fiction or nonfiction, you could turn your research into an article or a devotional. Writing for magazines or e-zines gives you publishing experience and a wider (often much wider) audience than a book will—and more immediate compensation. Also, as your career progresses, you can market your books through your bio printed with the articles. It’s a great way to build those bylines. Editors and agents love to find writers with exposure! (Note: Not all of these are paying markets.)

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