It took the learning to a new level," said organizer Karina Fabian. Pitch sessions include well known Catholic publishers like Our Sunday Visitor and Ave Maria, and secular presses like Liberty Island and Vinspire."Every year, we hear back from an author who finished a book, started a project, or got a publishing contract thanks to the Catholic Writers’ Conference Online. 17-19, 2017. "Last year, we had amazing success with presentations in webinar format. 1, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — The Catholic Writers’ Guild will hold its annual online conference for writers Feb. It’s a terrific opportunity, especially for those who can’t afford to attend a live conference," Fabian said.This year’s conference is $40; $30 for members of the Catholic Writers’ Guild. Fabian said the workshops offer terrific opportunities to ask in-depth questions and get feedback from knowledgeable instructors.This year’s sessions include a wide range of talents, including speakers like Lisa Mladinich, host of the TV talk show WOMAN; Lisa Hendey, author and founder of CatholicMom.com, horror author Karen Ullo, and attorney Antony Kolenc. Graphics, interviews and further information at catholicwritersguild.org/online-conference. This faith-focused authors conference offers presentations covering all aspects of writing from the faith aspects of your calling as a writer to publishing and marketing your books. Plus people make contacts and good friends. Contact: Karina Fabian, Catholic Writers’ Guild, 317-755-2693INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. Attendees must register by Feb 10 at https://catholicwritersguild.org/catholic-writers-conference-online-admission-non-members. In addition, there are practical workshops on indie publishing, Goodreads, characterization and more. To register or for more information, go to catholicwritersguild.org/online-conference. The conference will be held using webinar software, making the experience more personal and immediate. There will also be online pitch sessions with noted Catholic publishers and secular publishers. Pitch sessions give authors with finished books a chance to personally interest a publisher.