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Event Saturday, November 7, 2009 American Independent Writers “Going Freelance”

I spoke at this event last year in what began as a great association with the American Independent Writers and will be speaking this year too

Details : http://www.americanindependentwriters.org/

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Saturday, November 7, 2009

“Going Freelance”

Sponsored jointly by American Independent Writers and The Johns Hopkins University Master of Arts in Writing Program and presented at the Dupont Circle JHU Campus

Bernstein-Offit Building
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036

Metro: Red line, Dupont Circle

FOUR SESSIONS:

The Fundamentals of Freelance Business

Finding Work in Commercial Writing

It’s Time to Get Published

Using the Web to Advance Your Writing Career

Three ways to register: Phone: 202-775-5150, Online: www.aiwriters.org, and E-mail:rsvp@aiwriters.org

Registration cost: Before October 26, Member price, $69, Nonmember price, $99, and Student price, $39.

After October 26, Member price, $89, Nonmember price, $129, and Student price, $49

Important Note: New membership is only $100/year now through December 31, so join when you register to get the member price for this and upcoming events over the next 12 months! Call 202-775-5150 for details.

As with all AIW events, be sure to mention your membership status and the event for which you’re responding.

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