April 23, 2007: PWAC seminar on copywriting

The Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC) is a national organization that represents the interests of freelance, non- fiction writers.

Our latest seminar takes place Monday April 23. The topic is “copywriting: how to write stellar ads, brochures, promotional and marketing material.” Our panel includes:

Steve Slaunwhite: An award-winning copywriter, Stan is the editor of ForCopywritersOnly.com. The author of three books in this field, Stan coaches freelance writers on ways to attract copywriting clients, get better projects, and earn higher fees.

Suzan Bianchi: As Senior Account Director for a marketing-communications agency, she hired (and fired) freelance copywriters and designers. Now a freelance copywriter herself, she relies on her experience from “the other side of the fence” to help grow her diversified list of clients.

Paul Lima is a freelance writer, writing instructor and author of Copywriting That Works and The Six-Figure Freelancer. He has been working as a freelance writer and writing instructor for the last 15 years.

Our seminars are held at Toronto’s Northern District Library, room 200, at 40 Orchardview Blvd. (one block north of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge street).

Monday, April 23, from 7 – 8:30 pm

Seminars are free for PWAC members/$10 (suggested) for non-members.

Everyone is welcome to join us for a drink or two at the Duke of Kent pub, on 2315 Yonge street (opposite Mount Orchard Blvd) following the seminar.

For more information, visit www.pwactoronto.org or email chapter president Nate Hendley at nate@pwactoronto.org.

PWAC national office can be reached at www.pwac.ca.