Are you a writer looking to improve your work, network with others in the industry, and learn more about the legal intricacies of getting your work published? On Saturday, September 24, experienced writers, editors, and other industry professionals will speak on everything from writing your story to writing a successful query letter at the 33rd Annual Western Reserve Writers Conference. Learn about contracts and copyright laws, network with fellow writers, and enjoy breakout sessions and Q&A with a panel of industry professionals. Whether you write memoirs, mysteries, novels, or novellas, you’re sure to come away prepared with the information you need to take your career to the next level.
REGISTER BY SEPTEMBER 1 AND GET YOUR NAME IN A DRAWING FOR A PREARRANGED EDITING SESSION WITH AN EDITOR DURING THE CONFERENCE. The Conference offers 8, 15-minute individual editing sessions with editors Judy Allen or Diane Taylor. The eight winners will be notified by email in the first full week of September.
Where: South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library, 1876 S Green Rd, South Euclid, OH; Meeting Room A+B+C
When: Saturday, September 24; 9:00am-4:30pm
No Cost; Registration Required
Includes: Continental breakfast, door prizes, networking reception, book sale, and author signings.