Do you love going to conferences? You're talking to Ms. Honor Roll here, so you know I love going to them. The learning. The making of friends. The making merry part, too, that happens after the sessions are over . . .
We want to help you find the perfect conference to go to this year, so we made THE ULTIMATE LIST OF WRITING CONFERENCES!
We've gathered 50 of the top writing conferences, sorted by region, in the United States and have organized them all together for you, with their dates, locations, and websites, in Dot and Dash's Ultimate List of Writing Conferences. Get it for free here!
Now you can look around and make your plans for 2020. Do you want to go to BookCon in NYC or the Napa Valley Writers Conference? Or both? (PS: Take me with you!)
I have two conferences I'll be speaking at so far this year. I'll be presenting at the American Copy Editors Society's national conference. But more of interest to you writers, especially if you're local to Minnesota (like me), is the Annual Writers Festival in Rosemount, MN. That's going to be Saturday, March 21, and Maud Grauer (a Dot and Dash content creator) and I will be talking about all of the action, character, and setting details you'll need to plan for while you plot your novel. I'll let you know when you can start registering for the workshop.
So, which conference are you going to go to? Albuquerque? Boston? Orlando? Let me know! Email me at Erin@dotanddashllc.com