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60th Annual Conference
Registration is now open for the 60th literary conference from August 3-6th at the Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis, which is open to writers of all ages, genders, cultures, and experience, from beginners to published authors.
This year’s conference features 28 courses, mentoring sessions, a keynote luncheon, and student readings. The courses include mystery writing, selling more books on Amazon, nonfiction, memoir writing, the importance of place, writing for children, poetry, the art of storytelling, screenwriting, queries that kill, boosting your creativity, writing for young adults, an agents’ panel, and more. You will also find that since our conference classes are moderately sized, you will receive in more ... view more »
Registration for members is free, $80 for nonmembers. Three-session courses cost $170; two-session courses are $130 and a one-time course is $75. Manuscript mentoring sessions are available with faculty members at $150 for an hour’s consultation. To see the schedule and to register, please visit us at www.capecodwriterscenter.org.
Registration officially ends on July 28th, so sign up soon.
Contact: (508) 420-0200
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Conference registrants are invited to hear nationally prominent author Verlyn Klinkenborg’s keynote speech “Why Write?” on Saturday, August 5, at 12:30 PM.