Sponsored by Pennwriters, Inc. and Area 1
October 12th, in Erie, PAClick here to Register Now!
You’ve spent your whole life working and this time is for you. You want your writing to shine. You want your characters to strike a chord in people. You put your heart on that page and no one understands that better than another writer. This is why writers attend conferences: to seek those of like minds; to learn from one another; to find support and know we are not alone on this journey. It’s also a chance to master the elements of composition, revision, publishing, and marketing.
Why not join Area 1 members on their next Writers Road Trip? Learn from the many workshops and meet others like yourself. Pitch your work to an editor, submit an entry to the Billboard Contest, peruse the book table, or purchase a chance at a gift basket. Enjoy the included buffet lunch, relax, and have fun!
This is not a virtual event. You will spend the day in beautiful, fall-colored, northwestern Pennsylvania. Who knows? This interaction could lead to discovering the writing mentor you always longed to meet, having your first book published, or learning how to finally break through to the marketing success you need to see your work succeed.
October 12th, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Buffet lunch included
Tom Ridge Environmental Center
301 Peninsula Dr, Erie, PA 16505
Early Bird Registration by September 30, 2019:
$60.00 for Pennwriters Members
$70.00 for non-members
Planning to take Jamie Saloff’s 2-part Path to Publishing class? Let us know! A limited supply of printed books with all your class notes will be given for free to early bird registrants. (This book is not available in stores.)
For more information, click here
Register after September 30:
$70 for Pennwriters Members
$80 for non-members
Last day for registration is October 9, 2019.
No refunds after September 30, 2019
To register, select your option from the drop down menu below, then click the “Pay Now” button.
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