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2018 Greater Nebraska Writers Conference
       
Website nebraskawriters.org/content/greater-nebraska-writers-conference-fall
Year Established 1925
Program Description Hear Keynote Speaker: Alex Kava and attend 22 great classes! New this year: Boot Camp! Split into groups with a facilitator at each table. Read your first chapter or 2,000 words. Get personal feedback and give others feedback.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 2 Days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 100
Program Focus Science Fiction/Fantasy, Business/Technical, Publishing, Mystery, Fiction, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Marketing
Faculty Alex Kava - Write a Thriller; Victorine Lieske - The Six-Figure Indie Author; John Achor - Anatomy of a Mystery; Laura Madeline Wiseman - Collaborative Writing Intensive plus 18 other workshops & 11 other faculty.
Costs Non-Members: $199.00 (full conference) Members: $99.00 before Sept 13, 2018 $119 after September 12, 2018. For other available options, see the website.
U.S. Locations Aurora, Nebraska
Months October
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/nebraskawritersguild
Contact Wayne Anson
Immediate Past President
Nebraska Writers Guild
642 N Broadwell Ave
Grand Island, Nebraska 68803
United States
Phone: 308-227-3221
E-Mail: wayne.anson@gmail.com

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