In the article, Don asked Conference Director, Dawn Sooy, what makes the conference unique.
“It’s an intimate atmosphere makes it easy for attendees and faculty to meet and mingle. Our conference is designed to be inclusive by encouraging participants to share ideas, pose questions and make connections with others who share the passion [for] writing.” Dawn Sooy added, “The included lunches enhance the ready exchange of ideas and thoughts between attendees, presenters and agents, and the Friday reception is a great place to relax and network.”
Don summarized highlights of the conference with: Seminars address a variety of relevant topics and include: Mastering Suspense, Structure and Plot; Using Metaphors to Add Richness and Texture to Your Work; and A Marathon, Not a Sprint: Long-Term Marketing Strategies for Indies. Attendees can receive immediate feedback on a sample of their work at the Friday evening Page Cuts Critique Sessions. (Critique sessions are free but require advance registration; see website for details.)”
Don writes it’s perfect for: “Writers of every stage hungry for the most up-to-date info and insight on penning and publishing fiction.”
With headliners like NYT Bestseller, Bob Mayer, and a six other published authors as faculty, the Write Stuff Conference™ looks to have something for everyone.
You can get details at the GLVWG website, www.glvwg.org.
Blog post by GLVWG’s Social Media Chair, DT Krippene.