Attending a writing conference is a great way to network and meet agents and editors. But let’s be honest: It can be hard to strike up a conversation in a room full of strangers. This is especially true for writers—the very nature of our work is solitary, and many...
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Spend a few days at a high-energy writing conference, and chances are the first thing you’ll want to do when you get home is throw on some sweatpants and curl up with a good book. But some of the most productive work you’ll do won’t happen while you're at the...
It’s the beginning of the year, and we know you’re looking to see which writing conferences you’ll be attending in 2013. But before you plunk down your hard-earned dollars for a conference that’s less than helpful, ask yourself these 5 questions! Writers Conferences:...
by Gilda Haber, Ph.D., Department of English Composition, Literature and Professional Writing As instructors some of us love to write, and some of us also enjoy attending writers conferences. This summer I attended three writers conferences—one in Manhattan at...
Writing conferences: how to make the most of your time meeting literary agents and editors and attending seminars at a writers conference. What is a writing conference and where can writers find them.
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