The American Independent Writers' annual conference
is fast approaching. This year's theme is "New Realities: The (R)evolution of Writing and Publishing."
The conference takes place on June 12 at GWU's Cafritz Center.
I'll be moderating a panel that afternoon called "Where to Start and When to Stop: The Art of Judging Your Own Work."
Panelists are Danielle Evans, David Taylor, and Mary Kay Zuravleff. Please come by!
The conference will include:
More than a dozen panels
, from technology for writers, to research tips for your next book or article, to breaking into magazine writing.
Seventeen literary agents
serving on roundtables and panels, meeting one-on-one with conference attendees, and even getting there at the crack of dawn for an Agent Breakfast with YOU (assuming that YOU sign up in time!).
Forty-five speakers and presenters
, including plenary speaker, Writer’s Digest Books Editor Chuck Sambuchino; and keynote speaker, Jill McCorkle, novelist and North Carolina State University creative writing MFA professor.
Here, you'll find more information
, including a complete list of panels and agents, and info on how to register.
See you there!