More Work. Less Talk.

Professional Editors Network
January 22, 2019


When: Tues., April 23, 2019, from 6:00 to 7:45 p.m.
Where: Southdale Library, Helen Young Room, 7001 York Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55435

How do you get enough work to keep your freelance business operating? Or maybe you're seeking a full-time gig. Whether your goal is more freelance work or a staff job, how do you go about searching? In this discussion, you’ll learn about ways to find work that you may not have considered.

Lee Oglesby is a busy freelance book editor. Lee started her freelance career in 2018 after seven years as an in-house editor. She ditched her office job for more flexibility and the opportunity to be more selective about the books she edits.

Susan Stehling got her start because of a staffing agency. Susan started her freelance business in 2017 after a career in Minnesota’s nonprofit and foundation community. When a staffing agency found her profile on LinkedIn, her business took off in an unexpected direction.

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The Professional Editors Network is an association based in Minneapolis with members across the US. We're a community of editors, writers, proofreaders, indexers, communications and public relations specialists, page layout specialists and others who want to grow and learn as professionals. PEN encourages members to share knowledge, exchange job leads, market their services and grow professionally. Learn more at