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Annual Conference on Creative Writing at Pacific
       
Website writersconferenceatpacific.com/
Year Established 2013
Program Description Join us for an information packed three-day conference on Creative Writing at the University of the Pacific's beautiful main campus. LITERARY AGENTS AND PUBLISHERS AVAILABLE FOR PITCH SESSIONS!
Number of Programs/Year 3
Program Length 3 days
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Mystery, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Romance, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Non-fiction, Marketing
Faculty The Keynote Address will be given by Robin Burcell, the award winning author of over ten novels, spent nearly three decades working in law enforcement.
Costs 3-day Conference: $220; Couples (any two people) 3-day conference: $150 per person Student, Educator, Group (6 or more) 3-day conference: $100 per person One-day conference: $110 Couples one-day: $80 per person Banquet with Keynote: $30 per person
U.S. Locations Stockton, California
Months June
Sponsor's Calendar Link writersconferenceatpacific.com/schedule
Contact Scott Evans
Writer, Editor, Teacher
University of the Pacific
327 Twelfth Street
Davis, CA 95616
United States
Phone: 530-902-0026
E-Mail: evans327@comcast.net

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