Welcome to Chicago Women in Publishing
October 8 -- Be Your Designer’s Best Friend: Strategies for Writers and Editors
Publishing is about collaboration, and as writers and editors we probably need to work with a designer at some stage, for book covers, internal layout, e-book formatting, and more. The visual and written worlds are often quite different and might even clash, as deadlines grow tighter and the requirements of electronic publishing increase.
Tell us what CWIP means to you
As part of our 40th anniversary celebration, we want to hear what CWIP has meant to you. How has it helped you in your career? What have you gotten out of it? How have you given back? Please email Kathy Short to tell us what CWIP means to you.
About Regional Networking:
Don't forget to check out our Regional Networking Groups for upcoming meetings.
Whether you're a seasoned veteran or simply considering a publishing career, CWIP helps you connect with colleagues and achieve greater professional success. Our organization offers education, information, leadership, referrals, support, and networking opportunities that enhance your career, build your business, and foster lasting relationships.
Explore the Web site to learn about upcoming events, industry news, and publishing resources. As a CWIP member, you have access to online job postings through Jobvine, the opportunity to advertise your business in our Freelance Directory, and access to our online Membership Directory. Members also have access to Clips online, a great way to connect with and receive valuable information on Chicago's publishing industry. Members and nonmembers alike can also drop in on the discussions taking place on the CWIP Listserv.