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Freelance writing workshop

I saw this advertised on one of my lists. Looks interesting.
The Business of Freelance Writing: Queries, Interviews & Leads

Queries, Interviews and Leads. If you want to earn a living as a freelance writer -- selling articles to newspapers, magazines, trade publications and Web sites -- you need to write dynamic query letters, conduct effective interviews and write leads that hook editors and readers.

The Business of Freelance Writing: Queries, Interviews & Leads will show you how to:
- Quickly develop article ideas that you can turn into queries
- Write, pitch and follow up on query letters
- Find knowledgeable sources and conduct effective interviews
- Write punchy hard news leads and engaging leads for feature

Who Should Attend: This workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to write news or feature articles for newspapers or magazines, or freelance writers who want to break into new markets, conduct efficient interviews and improve their writing skills.

Workshop Leader: A professional member of the Periodical Writers Association of Canada (PWAC), Paul Lima has worked as professional writer for over twenty years. He has written literally hundreds of articles for The Toronto Star, National Post, Globe and Mail, Profit, Scarlett, Canadian Screenwriter, Time Canada and many other newspapers, magazines and Web sites. Paul is also a qualified adult educator who has developed and taught writing, copywriting, communication and media awareness courses and workshops for writers' associations, community colleges and a variety of private clients. Find out more about Paul Lima and read many of his published articles online at http://www.paullima.com

Date: Saturday June 19, 2004
Time: 10:00 am to 3:30 pm
Place: Arcadia Housing Co-op, 680 Queen’s Quay West (Queen’s Quay & Bathurst)
Price: $75
More information: http://www.writers.paullima.com
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