Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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Chattahoochee Valley Writers' Conference
       
Website www.chattwriters.org
Year Established 2007
Program Description Multiple-track workshops followed by social; poetry readings; submitted manuscripts critiqued by editor (John Travis of Portals Press); writing contests in fiction, poetry & non-fiction.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 day workshops
Group Size or S:T Ratio 120
Program Focus Marketing, Non-fiction, Publishing, Fiction, Poetry
Faculty 2010: Rick Campbell (Poetry), Sarah Campbell (Nonfiction & Earning Dollars Before Publication), Jessica Handler (Writing Thru Grief), John Langan (Fantasy/SciFi/Horror), John Travis (Publishing Today) & Scott Wilkerson (Poetry).
Costs $70; $55 early bird; $60 for seniors, active duty military, youth, college students.
U.S. Locations Columbus, Georgia
Months September
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.chattwriters.org
Contact John Frandsen
Conf. Coordinator
637 Cary Drive
Auburn, AL 36830-2503
Phone: 334-821-2036
Fax: 334-821-2036
E-Mail: chattwriter@charter.net

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