We now have a full roster of five agents for the afternoon agents panel and to meet with individually with conference participants. See the Agents page for details.
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We are happy to announce we have added Mark Gottlieb as our fourth literary agent for this year’s conference. We expect to announce a fifth agent very soon.
Contrary to our press release, the calendar section of today’s Daily Hampshire Gazette announced that the WriteAngles conference is to be held Sept 18. THIS IS AN ERROR. The correct date is OCTOBER 18.
Due to unexpected complications, we will begin registration on Sept. 16, not on Sept. 6 as previously announced by postcard. If you are subscribed to this site you will receive all future announcements that are posted via email.
We have nearly completed preparations for our WriteAngles conference this fall. Our program is set and we have invited many fine panelists and workshop leaders. All that remains is to complete our lineup of literary agents and to decide on the exact date on which we will begin accepting registrations, which will be sometime in early September. Please subscribe to this site and you will receive e-mail notices of all future announcements.
We are very pleased that we have scheduled an excellent date for our fall WriteAngles conference, Saturday, October 18, once again to be held at the lovely Willits-Hallowell Center on the Mount Holyoke College campus in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
And we have two wonderful keynoters lined up. Christian McEwen will kick things off on a good note in the morning, and David Anthony Durham will speak after lunch. We will make additional announcements about our program and panels as we work out the details. Please subscribe to this blog for updates.
We are endlessly grateful to our keynoters Pat Schneider and Suzy Becker, the five literary agents who not only conducted a panel but held individual meetings all morning, and all the writers and small press publishers who put their time and effort into making the panels so interesting and informative. Thanks also to the Odyssey for bringing a wonderful selection of books and to the Willits-Hallowell Center for their gracious hospitality. Needless to say none of it would happen without the audience of talented, energetic writers who filled the audience.
For everyone who expressed interest in working on next year’s conference, we will announce our first meeting as soon as it is scheduled in January, 2014.