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Coming events.

Fall Special Publishers Conference sponsored by the Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Association, Sept. 21-23, 2003, Hotel InterContinental Chicago, Chicago. Registration is limited to publishers and key personnel.

"Join in face-to-face discussions of the most pressing issues facing you and your peers. Brainstorm with your colleagues on how to lead your company to higher profits." Moderator is Dan Oswald, president of Lawrence Ragan Communications Inc.

For more information and to register, contact NEPA.

1501 Wilson Blvd., #509, Arlington, VA 22209, 703-527-2333, fax 703-841-0629, www. newsletters, org

* BookPublish 2003, the seventh annual Small Publishers Association of North America (SPAN) Publishing College and Trade Show, Oct. 24-26, 2003, Torrance Marriott Hotel, Torrance, Calif. The conference is designed "to teach authors and publishers how to increase book sales, generate greater profitability, and boost their professional standing ... to provide a year's worth of marketing, promotional, and operational concepts in three days."

Twenty-two authors and independent publishing experts will speak. Publishing industry suppliers will serve on informative panels and answer individual participants' questions at the Trade Show exhibit.

SPAN is the second largest nonprofit trade association for small publishers in the world.

For BookPublish 2003 details, visit www.SPANnet.org/ 2003 or call SPAN at 719-395-4790 or e-mail Scott Flora at scott@SPANnet.org.
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