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Spotlight On...Publishing Houses

On Thursday evening, you have the opportunity to attend Spotlight On sessions with one of the publishing houses listed below. These Spotlights will give you a chance to ask questions and gather information about what that company is currently seeking for their line, their submission process and much more information specific to the publishing house hosting the session. We also have the agent panels during these times.

    Spotlight Session 1: Thursday 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    • Agent Panel #1

      A panel of agents who represent Christian fiction:  Karen Ball, Sue Brower, Rachelle Gardner, Steven Hutson, Steve Laube, Amanda Luedeke, and Les Stobbe

    • Spotlight 3 - Barbour Publishing, Inc

    • Spotlight 4 - Bethany House Publishers

    • Spotlight 5 - HarperCollins Christian Publishing

    • Spotlight 6 - Howard Books

    Spotlight Session 2: Thursday 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    • Agent Panel #2

      A panel of agents who represent Christian fiction: Dan Balow, Ann Byle, Sarah Freeze, Jessica Kirkland, Chip MacGregor, Tamela Hancock Murray and Mary Sue Seymour.

    • Spotlight 8 - Love Inspired

    • Spotlight 9 - Monarch Books and Lion Fiction at Lion Hudson

    • Spotlight 10 - Pelican Book Group

    • Spotlight 11- Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

    • Spotlight 12- Tyndale Publishing

    • Spotlight 13 - WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group

    • Spotlight 14 - WhiteFire Publishing



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    You must be at least 18 years old to attend conference without a parent/guardian present with you at all times.

    Participation of an individual presenter, agent, editor, or publisher in the ACFW conference does not constitute endorsement by ACFW. Conference attendees are advised to use due diligence and take personal responsibility when choosing industry professionals with whom to schedule appointments or enter into agreement.



    August 20, 2014: Late Registration rates in effect. - September 1, 2014: Walk-in registration rates go into effect.