The EFA Sponsors Indie Author Virtual Event in February

The Editorial Freelancers Association Renews Support for PW BookLife Indie Author Forum
By: Editorial Freelancers Association
NEW YORK - Feb. 16, 2023 - PRLog -- The Editorial Freelancers Association will once again be sponsoring the Publishers Weekly BookLife Indie Author Forum, February 25, 2023. Visit our Sponsors page to learn more about the benefits of EFA membership or about hiring the right freelancer for your project through our Member Directory and Job List!

"The Indie Author Forum is a wonderful opportunity for writers, and we are thrilled to be sponsoring this event for the second year," says Kristen Tate, EFA Events chairperson. "Our members serve indie authors in numbers of ways—editing, proofreading, book design—and many are writers or authors themselves."

This virtual event takes place 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST with presentations by authors, book designers, publishers, and other industry professionals. Conference attendees will have access to panel discussions, genre-specific breakout sessions, and pitch and networking opportunities. Sessions will cover a wide range of topics of interest to indie authors, including building readership, marketing and distribution strategies, copyright law, and book design. Video archives of the conference available to all registrants.

Founded in 1970, the Editorial Freelancers Association is a national nonprofit professional organization with approximately 3,000 members, including writers, editors, copy editors, proofreaders, indexers, translators and others who work in publishing, communications, and related fields.

The EFA has garnered praise from publishing pros like Jane Friedman and Louise Harnby and is often featured as a valuable resource for authors on sites including Poets & Writers, BookBub, Medium, The Write Life, Publishers Weekly, Kindlepreneur, and Literary Agent Undercover.

EFA Mission

The EFA advances excellence among our dynamic community of freelance editorial professionals by providing opportunities for business development, learning, and networking. Our resources help our members and their clients build successful collaborations.

"The Editorial Freelancers Association just might be the book publishing industry's most powerful secret weapon …" – Publishers Weekly

For more information about the PW BookLife Indie Author Forum, visit

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Sheryl Holmberg, PR Chairperson
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