"Then come the Workshop
discussions. The line edits that
pick apart the imagined integrity
of your story before the end of
the first sentence."

From The Workshop/
Seven Decades of the Iowa
Writers' Workshop

-- 1999
Edited by Tom Grimes

 Tap the Lantern.
Wake the Muse.
FIU/Seaside Institute
Writers' Workshop
Annual - Held in late autumn (October/November)
Location -- Panhandle/Seaside, FL (near Destin, Santa Rosa, Pensacola)
Instructors -- high quality: well-recognized authors
Skill Level -- writers of beginning and intermediate levels will benefit. Opportunity for advanced level writers to increase publishing contacts and encounter collegial atmosphere.
Conducted by/through -- Florida International University
Cost: -- sign up early for discounted registration; lodging range $$$
+ congenial workshops and
great location
-- needs orientation session
and better organization

More on Conferences

In the United States alone, there are more writers' conferences than theme parks.

Most are fun, informative, and worthwhile. And the experiences gained from attending conferences vary as widely as Disney World does from Six Flags, as Manhattan does from San Diego.

Each month we review a conference based upon the following criteria: Keynote Speakers, Faculty, Location, and Workshop Method (Round Table or Auditorium), Skill Level (who will benefit from this event), Cost, and the PLUS/MINUS KEY for an objective look at the good, bad, and the ugly.

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