Upcoming Events

April 17


Remarkable and Relevant

Linda Glaz

Noon - 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time

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Meeting ID: 828 0582 2666
Passcode: 955343

  Proposals. Authors are terrified to write them. Agents and editors dread reading them, especially when the  proposal doesn't provide key information a publisher needs to project sales. As a literary agent with Hartline, Linda Glaz reads hundreds of proposals every week. Join her for tips on how to make your proposal remarkable and relevant!


Linda S. Glaz, married with three grown children and four grandchildren, is a complete triple-A personality. How else would she find time to write as well as be an agent for Hartline Literary Agency? 

She loves any and every thing about the written word and loves when families pass stories along through the generations as her mother did with her. She’s a speaker, presenter, and searches her emails each day to find that one nugget of gold just “ready” for a publisher—writing so stellar and from a teachable spirit that no one would dare say no. What more could she ask for?




ACFW Indiana 2021 Calendar

Save the Dates!


January 16



Making Meaning of Our Memories

Gail Kittleson


March 13


Creating Compelling Scenes

Tina Radcliffe

April 17



Linda Glaz


July 17

(possibly in-person)

Indie Publishing

How to Get Started

Michelle Weidenbenner


October 2


Memoir - Part 2

Making Meaning of Our Memories

Gail Kittleson

View Part 1 from Gail's January 16th presentation.


November 6


Editor Panel

Types of Edits

What Are the Differences?

Tish Martin – Content Development

Jean Kavich Bloom – Line editing

Kim Autrey – Copy editing/Proofreading

Jessica Brodie – Working with a Writing Coach






1 comment:

  1. Jill Williamson did an amazing job today. I learned so much, and it was great to see everyone.