Conferences

Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, city or country, national or international, find the writing conference you desire. Our selective, searchable list of conferences features many of our published authors.


Format: 09/17/2019
Format: 09/17/2019
The Work Conference

The Work Conference

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NEW YORK, NY
A writers’ conference focused on giving thirty fresh voices in adult or YA literature unprecedented access to the agents, editors, and industry experts who can help make dreams come true. The Work is all about details. From attendees to agents to lunch menus, the weekend’s finer points have been carefully considered and hand-selected. A weekend of intensive attention to your novel, innovative programming, inspired revision, strong coffee, and big fun.
Faculty: Laura Apperson, Rebecca Brewer, Laura Chasen, Natalie Hallack, Rebecca Heyman, Carolyn Williams
Genres Offered: Fiction
Writer’s Digest Conference

Writer’s Digest Conference

AUGUST 23—25, 2019
NEW YORK, NY
The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference offers everything you need to advance creatively and professionally as a writer—no matter what stage of your career you are at. And it’s all brought to you by Writer’s Digest, the experts at nurturing and developing new writers for more than ninety years.
Faculty: N. K. Jemisin, others TBA
Genres Offered: Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction
Writing by Writers: California

Writing by Writers: California

OCTOBER 16—20, 2019
TOMALES BAY, CA
WxW hosts multiday writing workshops for people interested in writing fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and poetry.  The workshops are taught by nationally known published authors who are adept at teaching the craft of writing to all levels of student.
Faculty: Carolyn Forché, Pam Houston, Rebecca Makkai, Tommy Orange, Carl Phillips, Lidia Yuknavitch
Genres Offered: Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction
Writing by Writers: Colorado

Writing by Writers: Colorado

APRIL 15—17, 2019
BOULDER, CO
WxW hosts multiday writing workshops for people interested in writing fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and poetry. The workshops are taught by nationally known published authors who are adept at teaching the craft of writing to all levels of student.
Faculty: Steve Almond, Ross Gay, Pam Houston
Genres Offered: Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction