How do you get noticed by magazine editors? How do you approach editors?
August 4th, 2010
How do you get noticed by magazine editors? How do you approach editors? What do they like to receive, and how do they like to receive it?
You can ask all these questions and more at SiD’s special Meet the Editors session, scheduled for 10am at TAIT in Collingwood.
On hand to talk with you one-on-one will be Indesign Group’s Editorial Team, composed of:
habitusliving.com and indesignlive.com Editor, Ben Morgan
DQ Editor, Alice Blackwood
Habitus Assistant Editor, Nicky Lobo
Indesign Assistant Editor, Mandi Keighran.
Ben, Alice, Nicky and Mandi will talk very briefly about each of Indesign Group’s publications before opening the floor to questions from you.
Don’t miss out on this special opportunity to Meet the Editors in person. Special thanks goes to TAIT for hosting this event.
Meet the Editors
10am at TAIT
15 – 17 Easey Street, Collingwood.
(61 3) 9416 0909, tait.biz
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