Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tracks Author Featured at DC Conference

Conversations and Connections is a DC writer's conference organized by Barrelhouse, the Baltimore Review, and the Potomac Review. Held on April 16, 2011, with Steve Almond as the keynote, Conversations and Connections features editors from a mix of established and cutting-edge literary magazines and small presses. Our panels and craft workshops are led by writers and editors from a wide variety of styles and genres, all speaking to issues that will help you take your writing to the next level. Topics this year include flash fiction, experimental fiction, writing ethnicity, social media for writers, the power of repetition, the poetic sentence, the one hour MFA, and many more. You won’t want to miss the panel discussion, Debut Writers and How They Got There featuring Dylan Landis, Eric D. Goodman, Janice Shapiro, Robin Black, and moderated by Leslie Pietrzyk. Learn how first time authors got from slamming their heads against the wall to getting a book published. Your registration fee of $65 includes the full day conference, a book of your choice, a year subscription to a participating literary magazine, and one ticket to "speed dating with editors," where you'll get immediate feedback on your work. This conference sells out every year, so reserve your spot at Conversations and Connections today: http://www.writersconnectconference.com/word

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