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Broadleaf Writers Conference
       
Website broadleafwriters.com/4th-annual-broadleaf-writers-conference/
Year Established 2015
Program Description Headlined by #1 NYT bestseller Angie Thomas, bestselling writers, literary agents, and sesions packed with insightful information and experience, our conference offers what you need to improve your craft and get you on the road toward publication!
Upcoming Event
Sep 21 - 22, 2019
Venue: Cobb Galleria, Atlanta, GA

Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 2 Days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 100:15
Program Focus Humor, Playwriting, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Publishing, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Mystery, Fiction, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty For 2019 we welcome Angie Thomas, Becky Albertalli, Nic Stone, Denene Milner, Christopher Swann, Soniah Kamal, Moe Ferrera (agent), Caroline George (agent), Dara Kaye (agent), and more!
Costs Early $225, Late (after 8/1) $250, $25 discount available on registration with purchase of annual membership into Broadleaf Writers.
U.S. Locations Atlanta, Georgia
Months September
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/broadleafwriters
Contact Zachary Steele
Executive Director
Broadleaf Writers Association
453 Ashburton Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30317
United States
Phone: 7703138110
E-Mail: broadleafwriters@gmail.com

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