Conference Spotlight: The Northern Colorado Writers Conference -- Fort Collins, March 28-29, 2014

Coming up fast is a great writing event in Fort Collins, CO -- The Northern Colorado Writers Conference, happening March 28-29, 2014. I will be speaking at this event, which features sessions, agents, and more. The theme this year is "2014 Writing Odyssey: To Publishing and Beyond." Because the conference serves to give the most personal attention to all attendees, the event is limited to 130 attendees, so don't waste time checking out the 2014 NCWC. All levels/genres of writer are welcome.
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Coming up fast is a great writing event in Fort Collins, Colorado—The Northern Colorado Writers Conference, happening March 28–29, 2014. I will be speaking at this event, which features sessions, agents, and more. The theme this year is "2014 Writing Odyssey: To Publishing and Beyond." Because the conference serves to give the most personal attention to all attendees, the event is limited to 130 attendees, so don't waste any more time before you check out the 2014 NCWC. All levels/genres of writers are welcome.

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DETAILS

The event is March 28–29, 2014 (Friday & Saturday). The conference takes place at the Fort Collins Hilton.

WHO WILL BE THERE?

Beyond the usual array of speakers ad authors in attendance teaching, here are the three literary agents in attendance:

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OTHER STUFF

There are agent and editor roundtables.

See the entire event schedule online.

See some video highlights from the 2013 event.

See the official conference website here.

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