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Atlanta Writers Conference
       
Website atlantawritersconference.com/about/
Year Established 2008
Program Description Twice-yearly conference featuring 10-12 editors & agents with manuscript & query letter critiques, pitches, Q&A panels, workshop & more. Past participants have earned major publishing deals. Past agents & editors consider it “the Cadillac of conferences.”
Number of Programs/Year 2
Program Length 2 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 160+
Program Focus Publishing, Religion, Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Mystery, Nature, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Travel, Business/Technical, Romance, Autobiography/Memoir, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty 10-12 acquisition editors & literary agents offer critiques of manuscript samples and query letters, respond to pitches, and headline Q&A panels. Workshop presenter and other guest speakers are industry professionals, too: publishers, authors &/or agents.
Costs Manuscript Critique: $160 each (2 max); Pitch on Saturday: $60 each (2 max); Query Letter Critique: $60; Workshop: $60; Editor Q&A Panel: $40; Agent Q&A Panel: $40; Conf Pkg w/2 MS critiques, 2 pitches, all other activities: $560 ($80 discount).
U.S. Locations Atlanta, Georgia
Months May, November
Contact George Weinstein
Atlanta Writers Conference Director
Atlanta Writers Conference
1285 Willeo Creek Dr
Roswell, GA 30075
United States
Phone: 404-632-3525
E-Mail: awconference@gmail.com

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