Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
The Guide to Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group
       
Website greaterlehighvalleywritersgroup.wildapricot.org/
Year Established 1993
Program Description Workshops, sessions on craft and the business of writing. Meetings with agents, editors, and book coaches. Book fair. And more.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 day + 2 days pre-con workshops
Group Size or S:T Ratio 125
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Journalism, Mystery, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Business/Technical, Romance, Autobiography/Memoir, Young Adult, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty 2018: Keynote Speaker: Bob Mayer. Pre-conference workshops: Bob Mayer, Jane Cleland. Additionally on Saturday will be the above plus Ben Sobieck, Matt Betts, Tabitha Jorgensen, Richard White, and Dan Krippene.
Costs Whole conference: $329. Sat. only: sessions, lunch, keynote, $129. Pre-Con Thus: All-day workshop, lunch $109. Friday: Two half-day workshops, lunch, evening sessions & social gathering $119. Member discounts. Higher fee for registration after March
U.S. Locations Allentown, Pennsylvania
Months March
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/Greater-Lehigh-Valley-Writers-Group-GLVWG-165117371531/
Contact Conference Chair
Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group
1700 Sullivan Trail PMB #138
Easton, PA 18040
United States
Phone: 610-417-7749
E-Mail: writestuffchair@glvwg.org
E-Mail: cjkiernan01@gmail.com

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