Ezra and I will be at the Annual Conference on Creative Writing in Stockton, CA this upcoming weekend. Join us for an information packed three-day conference on Creative Writing at the University of the...
You probably are quite aware of the difference between a writers conference, a writers workshop (some call it boot camp) and a writer’s retreat.
With the upcoming conference and contest session upon us, writers may be scrambling to craft that perfect one-liner that captures the 300 plus pages of perfection to lob to an editor or agent. There may be some who are quietly being fitted for white jackets with buckles as they pare down their beautiful creature into 1 to 5 page synopsis to accompany that one-line pitch. If you’re hoping for words of wisdom on these two items, sorry, I’ll leave that to someone else better suited and not currently tearing their hair out trying to accomplish the same thing.
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Jami Gray as she shares with us “To Conference, or not to Conference, That is the Question.”
It is my belief that every writer should go to a writer’s conference at least once, whether it’s in your genre or not. There are plenty of people who go to the RWA Conference who are not “romance writers” per say.