The Ohio chapter is back in action! Meetings will be quarterly (most likely), and will alternate between virtual and in-person, with in-person locations rotating around the state. We have a website at: http://ohioefa.org
Activities of EFA's Ohio chapter will be posted here. For additional information, contact Brian D. Buckley, chapter coordinator, at. You must be an EFA member to join an EFA chapter. Chapter events are open to all members, guests of members, and freelancers interested in joining EFA.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 (6:00 pm)
This will be a virtual meeting (phone conference, audio only). The speaker is Laura Sparks of Creative Sparks Writing. She will be talking about machine-generated content and what it means for editors.
You can connect simply by calling the phone number from any phone. Call: 515-604-9000, access code 542095 (followed by pound sign)
The service is FreeConferenceCall.com.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Strongsville Library conference room
8700 Westwood Dr, Strongsville, Ohio, 44136
Just off I-71, 20 miles southwest of Cleveland.
Meeting will last till about 3:00.
Speaker: Chapter member Lori Paximadis.
What to bring: Any reference books you've found especially useful or interesting, to share with the group.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Guest speaker: Samantha Enslen of Dragonfly Editorial!
This will be a virtual, audio-only meeting. You can connect simply by calling the number below from any phone, then entering the access code when prompted. (Any normal long-distance charges still apply - this is not a toll-free number.)
Call: 515-604-9000 Access code: 542095 (followed by pound sign)
Ohio: first in-person meeting
Friday, April 22, 2016
WSBA conference room
403 West Main Street
Westerville, Ohio 43081 (near Columbus)
Pending confirmation from WSBA.
Come and meet your fellow EFA Ohioans in real life!
Local author Ben Trube will give a talk on building relationships with authors, self-publish finances, and the reality of publishing today.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
The inaugural meeting of the newly rebooted Ohio chapter. We'll get to know each other a little, then discuss goals and organization. I'll also be giving a talk on communicating with clients.
This will be a virtual call via Google Hangouts. You will need a webcam, as well as a headset or a mic and speakers in some form - an iPad would work, for instance, if you get the Google Hangouts app. And you will need a Google account. (They're free to set up if you don't have one.) Let me know your account username ahead of time so I can be sure to invite you. If you have any trouble, I'll offer what tech support I can.
Marketing a Freelance Editorial Business
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Speaker Lara Kretler presented a slide show on personal branding and social media for our topic Marketing Your Freelance Editorial Business. We met at the Upper Arlington Public Library in Columbus.
See the slide show at the following URL: http://www.slideshare.net/LaraK/sm-for-personalbranding-10-15-09
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