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A Journey in Freelance Writing – A Seminar with Leo Adam Biga

August 25, 2011 2 comments

A Journey in Freelance Writing –
A Seminar with Leo Adam Biga

“I write stories about people, their passions, and their magnificent obsessions”

An informal two-hour seminar presented by the veteran freelance writer, and author of the popular blog, leoadambiga.wordpress.com

Leo will discuss:
• Preparing yourself to be a writer
• Finding your writer’s voice
• Pitching and marketing your work
• Developing and maintaining a client base

This award-winning journalist offers his decades-long experience as a guide for establishing a writing career or taking your career to the next level. The conversational, interactive seminar offers plenty of Q & A time.

Ideal for aspiring or emerging writers of:
articles • press releases • newsletters • blogs • web content • scripts • books

Book the seminar for your club, organization, school, library or church. Schedule it for your next writing/literary group meeting, festival, or conference.

For more details, click on the A Journey in Freelance Writing tab at the top of the leoadambiga.wordpress.com
home page.

To book a seminar, call 402-445-4666 or email leo32158@cox.net.

A Journey in Freelance Writing


For Omaha metro residents, the promotion below is a heads-up regarding a presentation I am making about freelance writing.  It’s free and hopefully not boring.  The presentation is open to anyone.  It’s part of the ongoing North Omaha Summer Arts Festival.  The fest’s website address is at the bottom of this post.  Check it out.

 

 

North Omaha Summer Arts 2011 presents:

A Journey in Freelance Writing

Veteran journalist and author Leo Adam Biga uses his own 27-year career to talk about what life as a freelance writer can look like.

 

Wednesday,  August 10, 6-8pm

Call 402.455.7015 Mon thru Fri, 9am – 4pm for registration

This class is free of charge

 

Topics to be covered include:

•real life experience

•learning your craft

•on the job education/training

•finding a niche

•writing about your interests

•just doing it

•daring to risk different fields & styles of writing

•building a client base

•managing multiple projects

•is there any money in this?

As a contributing writer to newspapers and magazines, he’s had thousands of articles published on a vast array of subjects, many of them arts, culture, sports, and history related. Other clients include for-profit corporations, nonprofit institutions, individuals, and families.

 

At Church Of the Resurrection

3004 Belvedere Boulevard

Omaha, Neb.

http://www.northomahasummerarts.com

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