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Summer at a Southampton Writing Conference

reviews and commentary
about writing conferences

FIU Seaside Institute
Writer's Conference

important tips regarding
this North Florida conference
By Kate Sullivan

LIU Southampton
Writer's Conference

report on a premier writers' event in Southampton, Long Island
By Danita Feinberg
Word Smitten Correspondent

Marymount Manhattan
Writer's Conference

an early NYC summer conference where major
publishing executive panels offer advice

By Heather Harreld Havenstein

New York State
Summer Writers Institute

A link to one of mid-summer's best events

USF Florida Suncoast
Writer's Conference

February's great escape. An event
with more than twenty-five years of outstanding
authors, agents, and editors.
By Colleen Tripp

Writer's Conference
Planning & Tips
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Plan ahead to get more from the workshops, to meet authors, agents, and editors that you'll encounter at a writing conference.
By Kate Sullivan

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