Your Conference Questions Answered. Part 3.

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Your Conference Questions Answered. Part 3

Is it necessary to format my materials when attending a conference?

If you’ve spent any time in our critique groups, you already know what I am going to say…

Format.

Format. 
Format.
If you want that potential editor to keep reading…
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 … don’t put a stumbling block in their way.

Generally editors want to see the following format:

Header: LastName/TITLE                                                                                               Page #
Your Name
Address
City, State Zip
Phone
Email
Rights offered
Word Count: xxx
TITLE
Start here with a font of Times New Roman 12, indent of 5 points, double spaced and 1-inch (1″) margins. 

If you want to be seen as a professional — Answer this question with a resounding:

Yes.

Remember, Writer’s Guidelines are available online for every publication.

But Angela has saved you all the work by gathering our publisher’s guidelines in one place under the One-on-One Meetings tab on the conference page.

Which editors and publishers will Skype into the conference?

We have a great line up ready to discuss your ideas via Skype.
All the details are available under the One-on-One Meetings tab.

Jim Watkins with
Wesleyan Publishing House
Gloria Penwell with AMG Publishers
Shari Langton with Bible Advocate
This is your opportunity to
connect with a publisher.

Troy Gripentrog
with Focus on the Family
Rowena Kuo with Lighthouse of the Carolinas

Sign up sheets will be available in the area where lunch is served.

Time slots are limited. We highly recommend you sign up at the first opportunity.

Don’t wait.



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