Live Near Clarksville, TN? Check out the Clarksville Writers Conference (July 14-15, 2011)

I’ve attended the Clarksville Writers Conference twice now, and it just such a great event that I had to come a third time. This year’s event is July 1415, 2011, and there will be editors, agents, and authors in attendance. If you live anywhere near Clarksville, keep reading to learn more.


 

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DETAILS

This conference, held every year at Austin Peay University in Clarksville, prides itself on being affordable and inviting. Appointments to meet any attending literary agents are free. There is always a mix of speakers—from local authors who can speak of their writing journey, to out-of-town editors and agents.

WHO WILL BE THERE

  • William R. Ferris, co-editor of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, chairman emeritus of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and author or editor of over ten books including Local Color and Images of the South: Visits with Eudora Welty and Walker Evans
  • Blas Falconer, poet, creative writing teacher and author of The Perfect Hour and A Question of Gravity and Light
  • Beth Ann Fennelly, award-winning poet, nonfiction writer and author of Unmentionables, Tender Hooks and Open House
  • William Gay, Southern Gothic novelist, short story writer and author of Twilight, Provinces of Night and The Long Home
  • Amy Greene, author of the novel Bloodroot and the forthcoming Long Man
  • Gordon Warnock, literary agent with Sacramento-based Andrea Hurst & Associates Literary Management
  • and more.

 

Learn more and register here.

 

 

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