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Meet Editor David Dziena at FREE Online Event

7/7/2012 - 10:02 AM PST

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HUNTINGTON, NY (July 7, 2012) - DON’T MISS MEETING David Dziena, Acquisition Editor for Our Sunday Visitor during a moderated online chat at the Catholic Writers Guild. You do not have to be a member to attend. He will visit the Sunday evening chat on July 8, from 9pm-11pm EST.

David is an Acquisitions Editor for Our Sunday Visitor, the oldest and largest Catholic publisher in the world. In publishing since 1997, David has been deeply involved in author recruitment, product development, and strategic marketing for parish resources for several major catechetical publishers. He has great stories about the Catholic publishing world, and tips on practical issues like how to submit your manuscript, what’s happening on the publisher’s end while you wait, and what it’s like to collaborate with a design team! He’s enthusiastic about meeting YOU!

David will be with us for the whole 2 hours, talking shop and taking questions! Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to spend an evening with one of the best in the business.

Make sure you have Java already loaded on your computer beforehand, and go to this page at 9:00 pm EST on Sunday, July 8. See you there! http://www.catholicwritersguild.com/index.php?name=Content_2&pid=1

Spread the word! All are welcome. Any questions? Contact Lisa@mladinich.com

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AmazingCatechists.com
http://www.catholicwritersguild.com/index.php?name=Content_2&pid=1  NY, 11743 US
Lisa Mladinich - Owner,  631-421-6119

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