“We are thrilled to be back at the L.A. Times Festival this year. We always have a great time, and we’re looking forward to meeting fellow book lovers and talking with them about everything the EFA has to offer,” says Kristen Tate, EFA Events chairperson.
Since 1996, The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books has gathered writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, musicians and emerging storytellers. The festival attracts approximately 150,000 people each year and is the largest event of its kind in the United States. The conference will be held on the USC University Park Campus in Los Angeles, near the California Science Center, the Natural History Museum, and the California African American Museum.
Founded in 1970, the EFA 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 frequently listed as a valuable resource for authors on sites including Poets & Writers, BookBub, Medium, The Write Life, Publishers Weekly, Poynter, and the Chicago Manual of Style blog.
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 LA Times Festival of Books, visit https://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/.
For more information about the EFA, visit the-efa.org.
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