An annual event launched by the University of Kentucky in 1979, it has become a premier destination for the celebration of women's arts and letters. Workshops, readings, and panels, in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
Group Size or S:T Ratio
Autobiography/Memoir, Fiction, Journalism, Non-fiction, Poetry, Publishing, Young Adult
2014: Includes Asha Bandele, Joy Castro, Tina Chang, Sarah Combs, Ellen Hagan, Leslie Jamison, Rebecca Makkai,Jill McCorkle, Tracy K. Smith, Margaret Wrinkle, and more.
$175 before Aug. 1, $200 thereafter, $125 without workshop, $30 students
Kentucky Women Writers Conference
232 East Maxwell Street
Lexington, KY 40506-0344
Writing the Rockies
This annual workshop features concurrent tracks in genre fiction, poetry, screenwriting, and publishing, plus keynotes, readings, one-on-one pitch sessions, manuscript critique sessions Jul 22-25, 2015
Algonkian Author Salon Commercial Novel Writing Program
The first truly competitive novel writing program created by literary agents, editors, and writers. No time wasting, no gimmicks. Straight talk.
San Francisco, CA : D.C., DC : Tampa, FL : Atlanta, GA : Chicago, IL : New Orleans, LA : Boston, MA : Raleigh, NC : New York, NY : Dallas, TX : Seattle, WA
Chanticleer Authors Conference 2015
Engaging Readers and Building a Fanbase, Discoverability in Today's Publishing Market, Accelerating Book Sales, Book Marketing Tools and Tips, and the Business of Writing!
Seattle, : Bellingham, : Pacific Northwest, WA : Vancouver, Canada : British Columbia, Canada