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Rochester Writers' Conference
       
Website www.rochesterwriters.com
Year Established 2008
Program Description Lectures, Workshops, and Panel Discussions in fiction, non-fiction, and business concepts of writing. Open to new writers, working journalists, and published authors of all genres. Professional development to move writers to the next level.
Number of Programs/Year 2
Program Length 1 day
Group Size or S:T Ratio 25:1
Program Focus Publishing, Religion, Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Nature, Playwriting, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Travel, Business/Technical, Romance, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Mystery, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty Authors, Writers, and Educators mostly based in Michigan, as well as Agents and Editors. New presenters every year keep the topics fresh.
Costs Early Bird Rate of $99 includes all professional development, keynote speaker, lunch and all day refreshments. Regular Rate is $125. Walk-up rate is $150. Check website for deadlines. Agent appointments available at most events (extra cost TBA).
U.S. Locations Rochester Hills, Michigan
Months April, October
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RochesterWriters
Contact Michael Dwyer
Owner
Rochester Writers
PO Box 81698
Rochester, MI 48308-1698
United States
Phone: 248-651-6869
E-Mail: rochesterwriters@gmail.com

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