Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
The Guide to Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
30th Central Coast Writers' Conference
       
Website www.cuesta.edu/communityprograms.net
Year Established 1984
Program Description Anne Perry plus Women's Voices & 35 more writing workshops,Pre-Conference Intensive: Brian Schwartz ePub Marketing & Editors Face-to-Face + Teen & Teachers Writers Program, Manuscript critique, & SLO NightWriters Writing Competition.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 2 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 450
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Journalism, Mystery, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Poetry, Young Adult, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Children's, Marketing
Faculty 2014: Keynote: Anne Perry, International Best Seller Crime Novelist, Victoria Zackheim, Barbara Abercrombie, Karen Grencik, Laurie McLean, Mara Purl, Joan Gelfand, Gary Phillips, Don Maruska, Brian Schwartz, Teen Phenom - Robyn Schneider 6 Editors...
Costs Registration begins June 16 - Fees under $180 for weekend. See website for detail.
U.S. Locations San Luis Obispo, California
Months September
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.cuesta.edu/communityprograms.net/wc/wcindex.htm
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/centralcoastwritersconference
Contact Judy Salamacha
Director
Central Coast Writers' Conference
Cuesta College
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
United States
Phone: 805-801-1422
E-Mail: jsalamacha@yahoo.com

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