Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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The Belize Writers' Conference
       
Website www.joeygarcia.com/events
Year Established 2016
Program Description The Belize Writers’ Conference for fiction, creative nonfiction, and memoir writers. Join New York literary agents for the perfect blend of retreat, workshop, and creative inspiration. Master Classes, critique sessions, yoga on the beach at an ecolodge.
Upcoming Event
Apr 23 - 28, 2018
Venue: Ak’bol Yoga Retreat, Ambergris Caye, Belize

Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 6 Days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 8:1
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Mystery, Nature, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Travel, Autobiography/Memoir, Young Adult, Non-fiction
Faculty Carrie Howland, Empire Literary Kate Johnson, Wolf Literary Services Jane Anne Staw, writing coach & author Joey Garcia, author.
Costs $1629 - $2499 for all conference events and manuscript critiques with the agents, lodging, all meals, resort access, tips and taxes. Price varies according to lodging choices. Transportation not included.
Global Locations Ambergris Caye, Belize
Months April
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/BelizeWritersConference
Contact Joey Garcia
Founder
The Belize Writers Conference
PO Box 19841
Sacramento, CA 95820
United States
E-Mail: askjoey@earthlink.net
Instagram: thebelizewritersconference Twitter: @BelizeWrite

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