American Christian Writers Conferences
ACW hosts dozens of annual one-, two-, and three-day writers conferences across America. taught by editors and professional freelance writers. These conferences provide excellent instruction, networking opportunities, and valuable one-on-one time with editors.
Aspen Writers' Foundation
Offers writing retreats, literary festivals, creative writing camps for kids and more.
Cat Writers Association Annual Conference
'The Cat Writers' Association holds an annual conference at varying locations around the USA. The agenda for the conference is filled with seminars, editor appointments, an autograph party, networking breakfast, reception and annual awards banquet, as well as the annual meeting of the association. '
Ozark Creative Writers Conference
Held annually in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
An annual conference from the Houston Chapter of the
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
Seewanee Writers Conference
Workshops, readings, lectures, panel discussions and manuscript evaluations for poetry, fiction and playwriting.
Seven Hills Writers Conference
Thurs. evening. Apr 7, all day Fri 8, Sat 9, 2005 - Tallahassee, FL. Workshops on craft and business of writing, all genres. email@example.com
Southern Breeze Conferences
The Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi chapter of the SCBWI hosts annual spring and fall conferences on children's book writing.
Bringing together the world's leading experts on story creation, structure, mythology, psychology, and story application to discuss advanced topics in the art and science of story.
Tennessee Mountain Writers Conference
The mission of the Tennessee Mountain Writers, Inc., is to promote literary arts by providing opportunities for members and the community at large to enhance individual literary skills and appreciation through a broad spectrum of learning experiences.'
Vermont College Postgraduate Writers Conference
Vermont College, home of the nationally acclaimed MFA in writing program for fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry has for 8 years offered a conference dedicated to advanced writers wishing to continue, or resume, their studies.