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New Orleans Genre Writers Conference
       
Website darkoakwritercon.com/
Year Established 2014
Program Description The New Orleans Genre Writers Conference is specifically designed for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror writers. Come join us for 3 exciting days of learning and networking with writers, publishers and editors from within the genre!
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 3 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio limit to 60 people
Program Focus Fiction, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror
Faculty Allan Gilbreath – Dark Oak Press Wyndham Payne - Margaret Media Laura Wood - Fine Print Literary Management H. David Blalock – Pro Se Press Kimberly Richardson Rob Cerio J L Mulvihill M.B. Weston Jason Fedora
Costs $200; includes 3-days of conference panels and presentations with publishers, agents, editors, and authors; Friday Meet & Greet with complimentary finger food; Saturday Night Haunted City Tour of the French Quarter; Story Pitching with Publishers/Editors
U.S. Locations New Orleans, Louisiana
Months June
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/pages/New-Orleans-Genre-Writers-Conference/1577221875875320
Contact Alexis Tucker
Conference Staff
New Orleans Genre Writers Conference
New Orleans, LA
United States
Phone: 504-507-0251
E-Mail: info@darkoakwritercon.com

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