East Texas Writers Guild Conference
TYLER - The East Texas Writers Guild’s 15th Annual Summer Writing Conference,
“Boot Camp for Writers,” is set for Saturday, July 20, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm at Tyler Junior College West Campus, 1530 S SW Loop 323 in Tyler. Targeted for writers of all genres, the conference will be packed with tools and information to improve the craft of writing, as well as offer the opportunity to network with fellow writers.
The outstanding line-up of speakers and their topics, includes Reavis Z. Wortham -Lessons I Didn’t Know I Should Learn, Sally Berneathy - Fortune, Editors, and Readers Favor Those Who Write Correct English, Suzette Doescher - How to Write About Crazy People Like You Know What You’re Writing About and Tex Thompson - Prose P90X: Ten Steps to a Leaner, Cleaner, Meaner Manuscript. Each speaking session will be followed by a Question and Answer opportunity.
The conference fee, including lunch, is $65 for members of the East Texas Writer’s Guild and $75 for non-members. The student rate is $25.
Register online at www.etwritersguild.org or you may register at the door.
Formed in May 2004, the East Texas Writers Guild is a professional organization whose primary purpose is to provide support, education, and the opportunity to learn about writing and publication for East Texas writers of all genres. Current members have now collectively published over 100 books and novellas, as well as numerous poems, essays and short stories. For more information: www.etwritersguild.org