Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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Crossroads Writers' Conference
       
Website www.crossroadswriters.org
Year Established 2008
Program Description Designed to enhance your creativity, motivation and connections, Crossroads is a writers conference that stands out. We're fun, informative and inspirational.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 day
Group Size or S:T Ratio varies
Program Focus Humor, Journalism, Marketing, Playwriting, Screenwriting, Publishing, Fiction, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir
Faculty 2012: Chris Baty (NaNoWriMo) Bernice McFadden (Gathering of Waters) Adam Mansbach (Go the F*** to Sleep) Rosemary Daniell (Fatal Flowers) Kevin Coval (L-vis Lives) Chuck Wendig (Double Dead) Robert Venditti (Surrogates) Sarah Domet (90 Days to Your Novel)
Costs Pen & Paper: $135 for full-access, Chris Baty keynote lunch and Crossroads shirt. Storyteller Deluxe: $225 all the above plus Sat night reception, pre-loaded USB & travel mug. Wordsmith Mega-Supreme: $395 everything above plus hotel & Sunday brunch
U.S. Locations Macon, Georgia
Months October
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/CrossroadsWriters
Contact Chris Horne
Director
Crossroads Writers
PO Box 6352
Macon, GA 31211
United States
Phone: 478-229-0690
E-Mail: chris@crossroadswriters.org

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