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3. Conferences & Orgs for Writers
The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference—August 13-16, 2020 in New York City—is your chance to acknowledge the importance of writing in your life. And whether writing is your passion or profession, a trip to the conference is a perfect—and purposeful—affirmation of your goals as you begin the New Year. Cost for the 3-day conference is $349 to $499. For more info go here: http://bit.ly/2LvhMcU
Collab Christian women’s conference
Waco, Texas, April 22-24, 2020. Priced from $400 to $599
Membership $30 year, Conference is most economical in area. Full weekend registration, including two dinners, is $175 for members or $200 for non-members. You may register on the website at www.owfi.org . Entry period for the OWFI contest, open to
Nonfiction Writers Conference - NO travel required!
The 9th annual Nonfiction Writers Conference, happening November 7 & 8, 2019. You can learn about our event here: http://bit.ly/34ki8Kn or just google “nonfiction writers conference”
Since 2010, the Nonfiction Writers Conference events have been conducted entirely online—via phone, Skype, or webcast—so no travel is required! Our opening keynote speaker for our 2019 event is author and frequent Oprah guest, Cheryl Richardson. (Past speakers have included Seth Godin, Julia Cameron, Gretchen Rubin, Dan Poynter, and Guy Kawasaki.)
Attendees can also register for the popular Ask-a-Pro sessions, free 15-minute consultations with literary agents, marketing and publishing pros, and other industry experts. A private Facebook group is also available for attendees to gather and exchange ideas.If you’re ready to accelerate your author career, this is a must-attend event!
William Bernhardt has launched the Red Sneaker Writers podcast. A new episode launches every other Monday and can be streamed or downloaded to your phone or other mobile device. Each episode discusses the latest news from the world of books and publishing and what it means to writers, with an interview with a major industry professional--writers, editors, agents, and others. Available from Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Google Play, Spreaker, Stitcher, Sonos, TuneIn, Soundcloud—anyplace you find great podcasts.
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"The Stories We Tell"
Ozark Creative Writers Conference at the
Best Western Inn of the Ozarks
2nd weekend of October annually
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
annually the first full weekend of May
Best little conference in the mid-west!
For more info: www.owfi.org
It’s a good place to learn and network .
Mystery Writers of America, Southwest Chapter
Our chapter offers programs, information, and networking for published and aspiring mystery/suspense writers living in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Meetings are held regularly in Dallas and Houston.
for more info: email: email@example.com
Family History Writers
ISFHWE's primary goal is to encourage excellence in writing and editorial standards in genealogical publishing.
The International Society of Family History Writers and Editors (ISFHWE) is reminding writers IN ALL MEDIA (magazines, newspapers, journals, websites, blogs) that the Excellence-in-Writing Competition is now open for entries.
Nimrod Conference for Writers and Readers,
Tulsa, $50. Scholarships available.