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...
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Ten Things NOT To Do At A Writers Conference
Writer’s conferences can help writers connect with literary agents, editors, and fellow writers. They also offer seminars, workshops, and lectures. To make the most of writer’s conferences, check out this list of ten things NOT to do!
Making The Most Of Writers Conferences
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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