2023 Conference Schedule Conference Day 6 April, 2024 08:45 Am Opening Remarks Speaker: Zachary Scott 09:30 Am Name That Script Speaker: Brian Watkins 12:30 Pm Lunch Time Lunch Time 01:30 Pm Unseen Design Speaker: Ruth Keller 04:00 Pm Great Ux Speaker: Judith Flores WriteAngles Web TeamThe WriteAngles Conference web team is made up of volunteers …

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In memoriam

Those of us who organize and produce the annual WriteAngles conference recently learned of the death of Daisy Mathias, a much admired and well-liked member of our group. For years she has helped to plan the conference, contributing both her wisdom and enthusiasm. For several years she served as the planning committee\’s coordinator. More recently …

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The conference is over. It took place on October 5, 2019. The 2019 program is presented here simply to give some idea of what our annual conference is like. As we plan for our 2020 conference we will post messages about our progress. Please subscribe to this site if you are interested in keeping up …

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Attention readers who knit and knitters who read!

On Wed. Nov. 18th at 7 p.m. the Broadside Bookshop in Northampton will be celebrating the release of Knitting Pearls, an anthology by bestselling novelist, memoirist, and WriteAngles 2012 keynoter Ann Hood. WriteAngles 2015 panelist Cathi Hanauer will be reading from the piece she contributed to the anthology. Please come! Bring your knitting, obviously. writeangles

Announcing our keynoters for 2015

We are very happy to announce that Susan Stinson and Carol Edelstein have agreed to be the keynote speakers for this year\’s WriteAngles conference. As published writers and well-established writers advocates, we know they will have no shortage of encouraging and inspiring words for writers. writeangles

We have a date!

Mark your calendars now for the annual WriteAngles conference that will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2013. Once again we\’ll be at the attractive and welcoming Willits-Hallowell Center on the Mount Holyoke College campus in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Planning is underway and we will let you know more as the conference shapes up. writeangles

WA24 was a smashing success

Yes, it\’s all over, but we\’re already thinking of how we can WOW writers with WA 25, at which we will celebrate our 25th consecutive year! Yesterday was a big success and we thank everyone who made it happen — the planners, panelists, keynoters, Willits-Hallowell staff, and every single writer who attended. writeangles