What do I wear?
Come comfortable, but remember you are meeting editors and publishers. Dressy casual is suggested. (Many wear jeans with a nicer shirt/blouse.) Dress in layers for Nebraska weather. We are planning on spring, but can never predict warm or cold.
What do I need to bring?
Most important are your business cards to exchange with authors, editors and publishers. Networking is an important piece of a writer’s conference. You can bring your laptop, but it’s not necessary. Notepads and pens will be supplied along with your conference folder.
How do I prepare to talk with an editor or publisher?
Attend the March 26th Wordsowers Monthly Meeting held at the Swanson Library at 90th and Dodge. The meeting room is in the basement, easiest entry from the east side of the building. Time: 6-7:45pm with an afterglow following—the place to be announced.
For those unable to attend the March meeting: Some writers prepare a one sheet with their information. Lee Warren, one of our local freelance editors says he prefers the writer keep their one sheet for reference and give him the opportunity to talk with you, rather than him read the one sheet. Above all, be yourself. Editors and publishers are people, too.
How many professional interviews are offered each individual?
We begin with one on-site interview and one Skype interview. After the first break, if there are still spots open, you can sign up for more. We want to fill the on-site and Skype interview slots.
Don’t Miss out on a great conference.
If you have more questions, please send emails or attend our monthly Wordsowers meeting on March 26th, 6-7:45 p.m. at the Swanson’s Library, 90th and Dodge. Use the downstairs east entrance to find the meeting room.
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