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Chuckanut Writers Conference

There’s a new writers conference in town folks; well, by in town I mean beautiful Bellingham. The inaugural Chuckanut Writers Conference gets under way June 24 and 25, 2011. I’ve attended conferences at Whatcom Community College before and it’s a perfect campus for a friendly symposium.

Their official blurb; Chuckanut Writers Conference—a two-day, craft-centered, cross-genre conference designed to welcome emerging and experienced writers from around the Pacific Northwest and Canada—will take place on the scenic campus of Whatcom Community College in Bellingham on June 24 & 25, 2011. With opportunities ranging from small, hands-on writing workshops to one-on-one conversations with writers and agents, to readings/performances, click on to discover the impressive faculty and all conference details!

And don’t forget the upcoming first weekend of May is the Pacific NW travel writing conference Travel & Words from May 1st thru May 2nd at the beautiful Willows Lodge. I hope to be there myself. For other regional conferences visit New Pages for a complete list of congferences in all states, and some international.



This entry was posted on April 23, 2011 by in Uncategorized.
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