EPA News

Awards Contest Open for Entries

We’re looking for your best work! It’s time for the annual EPA awards contest. EPA hosts two annual contests: the Awards of Excellence contest (for your publication as a whole) and the Higher Goals contest (for the individual pieces you and your team produced – writing, photography, design, etc.). There are 23 Awards of Excellence categories: […]


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Cambey & West Joins EPA’s Benefit Partner Program

Cambey & West has joined the EPA Benefit Partner Program and is offering a free month’s fulfillment service for new clients along with a waived conversion fee for EPA member publications. Cambey & West’s core business is subscription fulfillment and integrated database management. As a privately-held company established in 1986, they have always been in […]


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EPA Joins Effort for 2017 Int’l Conference on Publishing in Crisis

The Evangelical Press Association has signed on as a coalition member for an international conference dealing with publishing about crises. It will be held in Europe next year. The Crisis Publishing Institute, organized by Colorado Springs-based Magazine Training International, is scheduled for October 15-18, 2017, possibly in Frankfurt or Budapest. Terrorist attacks, displaced refugees, war, hunger, poverty […]


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The Christian Writer’s Market Guide Changes Hands

The owner and president of the Steve Laube Agency has announced his purchase of the rights to The Christian Writer’s Market Guide from bestselling author Jerry Jenkins. Laube will become Publisher of the 2017 edition. The Guide has been used as a resource in the inspirational market for over 30 years. It was created by […]


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Postal rates might rise in 2016 and 2017

For nonprofit mailers, including religious periodicals, postal rate hikes might be on the horizon as early as the end of this year, with further, inflation-based increases in 2017. That and other news emerged in July, as the U.S. Postal Service’s Mailers Technical Advisory Committee met in Washington D.C. and two bills moved through legislative committee. […]


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