Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
The Guide to Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
Novel-In-Progress Bookcamp, sponsored by the Wisconsin Writers Association
       
Website www.nipbookcamp.wordpress.com
Year Established 2012
Program Description Open to all writers. Writer’s workshop outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin, two hours north of Chicago. Includes instruction, publishing industry data, writing time, one-on-one consultation with pro writers, agents, and writing instructors.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length May 26-June 1, 2013
Group Size or S:T Ratio 20-30
Program Focus Humor, Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Publishing, Fiction, Young Adult, Horror, Autobiography/Memoir
Faculty Reed Farrel Coleman, award winning novelist, instructor; Philip Martin, award winning author, publisher; Red Sofa Literary Agency; Karen McQuestion, best-selling novelist; Deb Baker, best-selling novelist; others.
Costs Prices vary for single, double rooms: $1,426 non-WWA member; $1376 WWA member. Higher cost for late enrollment.
U.S. Locations West Bend, Wisconsin
Months May
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/#!/NIPBookcamp
Contact David Rank
Novel-In-Progress Bookcamp Director
Novel-In-Progress Bookcamp, sponsored by the Wisconsin Writers Association
831 S. Seventh Ave.
West Bend, WI 53095-4615
United States
Phone: 262-334-8790
E-Mail: vpres@wiwrite.org

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