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Chanticleer Authors Conference 2020
       
Website www.ChanticleerReviews.com
Year Established 2010
Program Description A unique and progressive authors conference designed to share insight and knowledge about the marketing and business side of being an author/publisher. How to Engage with the Latest Technologies and Services in the Content & Publishing Industry.
Upcoming Event
Apr 17 - 19, 2020
Venue: TBA, Bellingham, WA

Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 3 Days plus Master Writing Craft Classes
Program Focus Science Fiction/Fantasy, Travel, Publishing, Romance, Autobiography/Memoir, Mystery, Fiction, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty J.D. Barker, Scott Steindorf, Chris Mottes, Kinga Jentetics, Martin Swanhom, Jessica Morrell, Justine Bylo, Kiffer Brown, Allison Vrbova, Carol Cram, Paul Hanson, Bennett R Coles.
Costs Costs start at $150. There are seven different registration options.
U.S. Locations San Francisco, California
Portland, Oregon
Bellingham, Seattle, Washington
Global Locations Vancouver, Canada
Months April
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.ChantiReviews.com
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/chantireviews
Contact Kathryn Brown
President
Chanticleer Book Reviews & Media
1050 Larrabee Ave. Ste 104, #334
Bellingham, Washington 98225
United States
Phone: 9702189628
E-Mail: kbrown@chantireviews.com

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