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Pennsylvania Writers Conference
       
Website www.wilkes.edu/pwc
Year Established 2004
Program Description The Pennsylvania Writers Conference is designed to engage, educate and empower the literary community. If you’re a passionate writer, reader, or both, join us to learn more about fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting and playwriting.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 5 day Masterclasses; 2 Day Conference
Group Size or S:T Ratio 200
Program Focus Fiction, Horror, Humor, Marketing, Mystery, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Playwriting, Poetry, Publishing, Religion, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Travel, Young Adult
Faculty Past speakers:National Poetry Slam Finalist and Jason Carney, NPR's Fresh Air book critic Maureen Corrigan, former United States Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, poet and scholar Jay Parini, and Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner Norman Mailer.
Costs $100-$400
U.S. Locations Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Months July, August
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/wilkescreativewriting/?ref=br_rs
Contact Bill Schneider
Associate Director
Wilkes University
84 W South Street
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18766
United States
Phone: 570-408-4534
E-Mail: danielle@etruscanpress.org

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