Two 2019 Writing Conferences in Pennsylvania

If you’re looking for a writers conference in Pennsylvania, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s more info on two 2019 workshop events. Click on the website links below to see all details of the events, including the faculties.

The 2019 Pittsburgh Writing Workshop (March 9)

Screen Shot 2019-01-09 at 12.09.03 AM.pngThis one-day writers conference is from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh downtown. See the official website for all info:

https://pittsburghwritingworkshop.com/

This year’s speaker is Chuck Sambuchino, former longtime editor for Writer’s Digest Books and the Guide to Literary Agents. He will be teaching on how to get published, how to get an agent, how to market yourself and your books, how to write an awesome first page & chapter, and general writing tips.

At least 9 agents and editors will be in attendance taking book pitches from writers. Use this opportunity to meet acquiring editors and agents, face to face, and talk about your work. In-person pitching works. We have a complete list of our workshop pitching success stories here.

Visit the event website to learn even more about the 2019 Pittsburgh Writing Workshop, including how to sign up and register: https://pittsburghwritingworkshop.com/

The 2019 Philadelphia Writing Workshop (Nov. 23)

Screen Shot 2019-01-09 at 12.13.18 AM.pngThis one-day writers conference is from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, 2019, at the Sonesta downtown. See the official website for all info:

http://philadelphiawritingworkshop.com/

This larger Philly conference has three tracks of classes — meaning attendees have their choice of three speech topics at all times during the day. Speakers teach on a variety of craft & business topics to teach writers everything they need to know about getting their work published and sold.

While the list of attending literary agents and publishing house editors is still forming, this November conference — which has happened the past three years — usually has 15-18 agents & editors in attendance. Use this opportunity to meet acquiring editors and agents, face to face, and talk about your work. In-person pitching works. We have a complete list of our workshop pitching success stories here.

Visit the event website to learn even more about the 2019 Philadelphia Writing Workshop, including how to sign up and register: http://philadelphiawritingworkshop.com/

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Thank you for your interest in Writing Day Workshops. E-mail us if you have questions: WDWfaculty@gmail.com. Visit the websites above to learn more about the two Pennsylvania events in 2019, and how to register.

 

 

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